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Red Chameleon (Porfiry Rostnikov, #3) The Violent And Inexplicable Murder Of An Old Man In His Bathtub And The Theft Of A Worthless Candlestick Send Inspector Porfiry Rostnikov On A Hunt Into The Past.A Ring Of Car Thieves With A Taste For Expensive Vehicles Is At Large In Moscow S Streets.High Above The Gray City, A Sniper Is Taking Aim At Police Officers, And The Obsessed Detective Emil Karpo Takes The Assignment To Heart Kaminsky Works Up Plenty Of Sweaty Palmed Suspense Of The Best Sort, Built Out Of Equal Parts Of Likeable Characters And Believable Dangers Washington Post Book World


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10 thoughts on “Red Chameleon (Porfiry Rostnikov, #3)

  1. says:

    This story was well done I enjoyed reading about mid 80 s Moscow with its political and urban living descriptions The characters, settings, and motives came to life with Kaminsky s style and wit This part made me chu...


  2. says:

    Superb I m riveted as I read about Russian police officers who are relentless in pursuing justice in spite of the myriad of obstacles they face every inch of the way, including torture, exile or death if they disobey orders or cannot find an way to finagle their way out of a predicament And then there s day to day life in Moscow Chap 3 Getting up the stairs in his apartment building was long and difficult with an almost useless left leg, but Rostnikov looked at the daily climb as part of his Superb I m riveted as I read about Russian police officers who are relentless in pursuing justice in spite of the myriad of obstacles they face every inch of the way, including torture, exile or death if they disobey orders or cannot find an way to finagle their way out of a predicament And then there s day to day life in Moscow Chap 3 Getting up the stairs in his apartment building was long and difficult with an almost useless left leg, but Rostnikov looked at the daily climb as part of his training program It was amazing how, if he wanted to do so, he could convert the difficulties of normal Moscow life into disadvantages A lack of elevators in the city meant climbing stairs In long lines at stores, Rostinikov could read his American novels Without a car, Rostinikov had to take a subway and walk miles each week Others argued that the hard life of a Muscovite made its inhabitants strong, tough, and hard, while Americans, English, and the French were soft from too much convenience Why, th...


  3. says:

    I think these books are as much about Russia as they are about the crimes that get solved It seems like thecrimes Inspector Rostnikov solves, the worse off he is Watching him solve the crime was interesting, but the stories behind the crime is perhapsso The politics are as complicated as the cases, and he must tread lightly in solving the crimes.In this book there are a few thing happening One is that someone is shooting police and military people from a rooftop But that crime i I think these books are as much about Russia as they are about the crimes that get solved It seems like thecrimes Inspector Rostnikov solves, the worse off he is Watching him solve the...


  4. says:

    This is the fifth Porfiry Rostnikov novel I ve read, but it is actually the third in the series And what a striking difference the Rostnikov here is from the other stories Here Porfiry is a bitter, and almost depressed old man His attempts at blackmailing the KGB into letting him and his Jewish wife leave the Soviet Union has failed miserably, and now he is assigned the lowest priority cases possible to investigate.Despite his bitte...


  5. says:

    Stuart Kaminsky, one of my favorite authors, is a very talented writer in that he manages to create and sustain multiple and distinct protagonists, each carrying forth in their own individual series These range from slapstick laugh out loud funny tosolemn, almost depressing in nature This book is the latter, featuring a Russian detective and his compatriots Porfiry Rustnikov is a compelling figure who is as strong physically as he is philosophically The mystery he solves manages to lan Stuart Kaminsky, one of my favorite authors, is a very talented writer in that he manages to create and sustain multiple and distinct protagonists, each carrying forth in their own individual series These range from slapstick laugh out loud funny tosolemn, almost depressing in nature This book is...


  6. says:

    I liked this book, am not always a big fan of mystery novels The story moves along without the 1000 words about what they had for lunch or some excessively deep analysis of some human trait From what I learned years back, Russia under the 50s, 60 s and 70 s is well depicted in this book A goog read.


  7. says:

    One of a series of detective novels by Stuart Kaminsky, a prolific writer of a number of series The main character is Detective Inspector Porfiry Rostnikov This novel involves several detectives and several crimes in the 80s in Moscow The story moves along very well and the characters ar...


  8. says:

    I feel like a am taking a trip to the USSR when I read one of his books.


  9. says:

    As usual, Rostnikov doesn t diaappoint This is just one of a great detective series Each book adds to the depth of the individual characters and makes for fine reading.


  10. says:

    The story is okay, but lot s of timeline and continuity errors, some repetition


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