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THE INDUSTRY OF SOULS

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Much published in England but known here only for his nonfiction (Opium: A History,1998), Booth offers a gripping tale'short-listed for the Booker—of the gulag and one man's escape from it. In 1952, on business in Dresden, the university-educated Englishman Alexander Bayliss is picked up by the Soviets, charged with suspicion of espionage against the USSR, found guilty, and sentenced to 25 years ... Read full review

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Review: The Industry of Souls

User Review  - Haley Taylor - Goodreads

I feel like this should be read in book clubs. A very "issue-based" book but so harrowing it keeps you gripped. Read full review

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All reviews - 45
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