Kalotay, Daphne Russian Winter

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Russian Winter

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'An elegant, compelling puzzle of family, memory and solitude that brings to life modern day Boston and postwar Russia through a profound love story. Graceful, moving and unexpected' - Matthew Pearl, author of The Dante Club

'A tender and moving debut novel' - Candis Magazine

'An impressive debut: intelligent, moving, and flitting easily between the artistic salons of Soviet Russia and the Boston of today' - Guardian

'A memorable love story cleverly disguised as historical fiction' - Red Magazine

'Part romance, part mystery, this elegant debut captures the danger - and refuge - of love in Stalin's era' - Good Housekeeping

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"An elegant, compelling puzzle of family, memory and solitude that brings to life modern day Boston and postwar Russia through a profound love story. Graceful, moving and unexpected" ( Matthew Pearl, author of The Dante Club)

"A tender and moving debut novel" ( Candis Magazine)

"An impressive debut: intelligent, moving, and flitting easily between the artistic salons of Soviet Russia and the Boston of today" ( Guardian)

"A memorable love story cleverly disguised as historical fiction" ( Red Magazine)

"Part romance, part mystery, this elegant debut captures the danger - and refuge - of love in Stalin's era" ( Good Housekeeping)

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An award-winning novel set in postwar Moscow and modern-day Boston, Russian Winter tells the story of Bolshoi ballerina Nina Revskaya as she becomes a member of Stalin's cultural elite before escaping to the West following a terrible betrayal. Decades later, she has decided to auction off her famed jewelry collection--including the rare set of amber that a Boston professor, Grigori Solodin, translator of the works of Revskaya's late poet-husband, believes may hold the key to a long-kept secret. The literary mystery Grigori sets out to solve--with the help of a young associate at the Boston auction house--reaches much deeper: to the cost of making art and trying to live and love under circumstances of enormous repression.

Russian Winter was a bestseller in North America and has already been translated into 14 languages.

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