Wolves Eat Dogs

Wolves Eat Dogs

A Novel

Book - 2004
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Baker & Taylor
In the wake of a businessman's suicide, Moscow detective Arkady Renko investigates secrets and international plots that may have driven him to his death, in a case that leads Renko to discover crimes in the area surrounding Chernobyl.

Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2004
ISBN: 9780786271290
0786271299
Characteristics: 503 p. ; 22 cm

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7626dee
Mar 09, 2016

Arkady is a frustrating detective and hard to bond with as a reader but he just keeps on trucking no matter where the dead bodies lead him. Russians seem to be a particularly fatalistic group and have to be survivors-Czars, Lenin, Stalin and now Putin. No end in sight to the suffering so our insightful author should be able to continue this series for many years. Chornobyl is a lesson for mankind and also a sign of hope-the land and people can recover even from this disaster-if we let them

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lwarman
Feb 09, 2010

The best of the bunch.

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