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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Officer Drubkova, ever efficient, moved to the woman, probably to guide her back
to the corner until the inspector was ready for her. Drubkova's firm hands took the
woman's shoulders, but Sofiya Savistkaya did not turn away. The boy stayed ...
“We moved slowly, so slowly that our feet sometimes sank ankle-deep into mud
in the woods and fields. The roads were a bit better, but we still avoided them.
Sometimes we saw or heard someone working in a field, and one time we moved
He moved smoothly past Rostnikov and out the door. “Knock” the secretary said,
unsmiling. Rostnikov moved forward, recognizing that the brown carpet under his
feet was appreciably thicker than that in Colonel Drozhkin's of fice. He knocked ...
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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