A Deep Danger

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iUniverse, Feb 1, 2002 - Fiction - 328 pages
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A Deep Danger is a powerfully realistic, sweeping, exciting and entertaining novel. It offers thoughtful analyses and spins a good yarn, has the intrigue and intellectual adroitness of a thriller, combined with an exquisite lyricism that turns it into a novel that refuses to stay shut.

Breathtaking in scope and painfully human, written with passion and controlled power, A Deep Danger is a kind of contemporary novel, which is worth to be read, enjoyed and savored long after the last page is turned.

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Schwartz was born and raised in St. Petersburg (Russia). He graduated from the College of Naval Architecture of St. Petersburg University; M.S. in Engineering, Ph.D. in Physics. He worked as an Engineer, Researcher, University Professor, Poet, playright, and novelist.

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