The People's Act of Love

The People's Act of Love

Large Print - 2005 | Large print ed
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Siberia 1919. In the outer reaches of a country recently torn apart by civil war live a small Christian sect and its enigmatic leader, Balashov. Stationed nearby is a regiment of Czech soldiers, desperate to get home but on the losing side in the recent conflict. Uncertainty prevails. Into this isolated community trudges Samarin, an escapee from Russia's northernmost gulag. Immediately apprehended, he is brought before Captain Matula, the regiment's megalomaniac commander. But the stranger's arrival has also caught the attention of others, including Anna, a beautiful young war widow. And when the local Shaman lies dead, suspicion and terror engulf the little town...
Publisher: W. F. Howes,� 2005
Edition: Large print ed
ISBN: 9781845058357
Branch Call Number: LT MEEK


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Jul 10, 2012

gave it 150 pages, not into "castrated angels" thank you

Aug 08, 2010

Tough sledding at the start, but it really comes together throughout the second half. Definitely worth checking out once, or possibly even twice.

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