The case of Comrade Tulayev: a novel

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Doubleday, 1950 - Political fiction - 306 pages
Tragedy of a rigged trial in Soviet Russia, and the events that lead to it.

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There are aspects of this which I confuse with Yury Dombrovsky; both Faculty of Useless Knowedge and Serge's Case of Comrade Tulayev affected me deeply. The gradual ratcheting in this one was amazing. Read full review

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This book is set during the late 1930's, at the height of the Stalinist purges. Comrade Tulayev, a high party official, is assassinated in a random, unplanned crime of opportunity by an anonymous ... Read full review

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Comets Are Born at Night
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The Sword Is Blind
27
Men at Bay
54
Copyright

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