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10 thoughts on “A Fine Red Rain (Porfiry Rostnikov, #4)

  1. says:

    By accident I read this slightly out of order I should have read this before A Cold Red Sunrise A few small things happen here that better explain where Rostnikov and his comrades are in relation to Red Sunrise.By the start of this installment in the series Porfiry has begun to mellow a little bit much like the inspector I ve me in the later books that I have read He sees himself as unfailingly Russian Someone who accepts that life is That life is not always fair, that the KGB has him on By accident I read this slightly out of order I should have read this before A Cold Red Sunrise A few small things happen here that better explain where Rostnikov and his comrades are in relation to Red Sunrise.By the start of this installment in the series Porfiry has begun to mellow a little bit much like the inspector I ve me in the later books that I have read He sees himself as unfailingly Russian Someone who accepts that life is That life is not always fair, that the KGB has him on its crap list, and he no longer has his senior inspector rank with the Procurator General s office nor will he Instea...


  2. says:

    I am on a Stuart Kaminsky streak right now I will be so sad when I have run out of books.As I read each novel I becomefond of his three dimensional characters and his wonderful technique of keeping a few crimes mysteries going at once The endings are so tidy And I really enjoy sojourning safely in Russia, so aware of the work of ...


  3. says:

    I saw this book at Savers the other day, and I though a mystery in the 80s Soviet Union would be pretty fun The book, is, in fact, three fairly loosely connected stories, and there is only 1 murder And a Suicide , rather than what the cover suggests.That said, they are really good short stories The three policemen that are the main characters are great, and Kaminsky captures the USSR at the time at least, what I picture perfect...


  4. says:

    I really liked this book The descriptions of the bureaucratic infighting of the Moscow police force, the clique of circus performers, the dread of being interviewed by the KGB, kept me hooked It gave a view into life in communist Russia during the Gorbachev era It was also a pretty good mystery He rotated several plot lines without confusing me One of the characters surprised me when Oh I can t tell you I love surprises though Some reviewers said the book was too slow I can t believe I really liked this book The descriptions of the bureaucratic infighting of the Moscow police force, the clique of circus performers, the dread of being interviewed by the KGB, kept me hooked It gave a view into life in communist Russia durin...


  5. says:

    Excellent, as always The strong sense of what it s like to live in Moscow, always treading a fine line between personal freedom totally forbidden by the government and the rules When we see the back of an individual contorted in fear and bent in humiliation, we cannot but look around and doubt our very existence, feating lest we lose ourselves But on seeing a fearless acrobat in bright costume, we forget ourselves, feeling that we have somehow risen above ourselves and reached the level of Excellent, as always The strong sense of wh...


  6. says:

    This was very enjoyable, a satisfying detective story made evensatisfying by being set in Gorbachev s Moscow before the fall of the Berlin wall, ringed about with both corruption and decayed idealism The characters were...


  7. says:

    This is the first book in the series that I have read It s very good, but I didn t get that I can t put this down feeling It takes place in Moscow before the fall of the Berlin wall, so there are all sorts of cultural goodies.


  8. says:

    slow slow slow


  9. says:

    Really, really good three plus stars.


  10. says:

    This series is already getting better I love this style As advertised, it isclassical in nature, with great characters and perfect atmosphere.


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A Fine Red Rain (Porfiry Rostnikov, #4) Moscow S Top Cops Are On The Case As Multiple Murders Sweep The City There S Rostnikov, Once A Hero In The Great War Against Hitler, Recently Demoted After Clashing With The KGB There S Young Sasha, Who Looks Like A Kid Than A Cop And There S Karpo, Intelligent And Determined, Feared By Criminals Together, They Would Track Down The Killers But What If Their Search Led Into Forbidden Areas, Into The Kremlin Itself