Red Chameleon: An Inspector Porfiry Rostnikov Mystery
The trail leads to a high KGB official when Inspector Rostnikov of the Moscow Procurator's Office is assigned to the apparently minor murder case of an elderly Jew who was drowned in his bathtub
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An Inspector Porfiry Rostnikov Mystery Stuart M. Kaminsky. It was almost seven in
the evening when Rostnikov got to Petrovka Street. He had fought the crowds
with success and emerged a bit weary from the Sverdlov Square metro station.
As he crossed Sverdlov Square and strode through the thin crown in front of the
metro station, the image of Mathilde came to him. He stopped, drew a deep
breath, and willed the image to depart. He imagined a silver circle, breathed
Besides, he longed for, needed, his weights, needed the strain of muscle to clear
the wine and confusion. As he turned his head, looking for the light of the metro
station he had just passed, a cab pulled up to the curb. Through the open ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Clara53 - LibraryThing
When I discovered Inspector Rostnikov's mysteries by S.Kaminsky, I came across his last one, and since then I went back and now I am going through all of them. This one is as marvelous as all the ... Read full review