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
Results 1-3 of 26
Zelach nodded, and they strode to the door of number 31. Rostnikov knocked
and was answered almost immediately by a woman's voice. “Yes,” the voice said,
strong, familiar, and in command. Rostnikov knew who it was, and the knowledge
Karpo rose and nodded in agreement. “I will take your suggestion under
advisement,” Karpo said. “The Weeper,” Rostnikov said, holding back a morning
yawn. “The Weeper may return to any of those hotel roofs,” Karpo said softly.
“I nodded in the darkness, the wind and the smell of the sweating horse
overwhelming me as I pushed the money in my pocket and flung the purse and
the gun into the night. I did not want to know more about the man. “'If they find him
, when ...
What people are saying - Write a review
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