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Abgarian, Narine Dalshe Zhit The book is dedicated to the people who went to war, to those who survived and to those who did not. It contains concentrated, evocative short stories, spun around the geographical location of the city of Berd in Armenia.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £16.50
Abgarian, Narine Deviat dnei v iule A collection of short stories which are characterized by a cheerful perspective on life, even in the most difficult and seemingly hopeless situations.
New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £13.99
Abgarian, Narine S neba upali tri iabloka Stories of a small village, lost in mountains and and it's inhabitants - each of them a little eccentric, a little curmudgeonous, yet all of them secrete real treasures of the spirit. Yasnaya Polyana award winner 2016.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £15.99
Afanaseva, Mariia Doktor X Dr. Khristoforov should have died in infancy but was saved by skillful hands and the care of a doctor. Now he is a doctor himself, a child psychiatrist, and his world is filled with boys and girls looking for their place in life.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £18.99
Afinogenova, Olga Schastliv i tot An action-packed novel with elements of crime fiction and magical realism. With the rise of new buildings the small and quiet corners of the cities are disappearing but those who love the secret, quiet parts of town are not going to surrender.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £14.50
Aflatuni, Sukhbat Glianie bukvi, plivushchie iabloki
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £23.50
Aflatuni, Sukhbat Rai Zemnoi Two ordinary women lives near the field where Polish people were shot in 1930ties, amongst them the priest Golembovsky who is going to be canonized. The story of women intermingles with that of Golembovsky.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £14.99
Agapov, Vadim Talisman An important employee of a large company disappears without a trace. His body, bearing stab wounds, is found later by the sea shore. Valuables and money remain with the deceased, but a strange man with the camera has been seen nearby.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £16.50
Akunin, Boris Bokh i shelma This picaresque story takes place in Russian Middle Ages. Russian boy Yashka is known as a mischief-maker, yet German merchant Bokh still hires him for work. They travel together and Yashka's brilliant mind brings both luck and misfortunes.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £15.50
Akunin, Boris Chernii Gorod Set in Baku during the First World War. In the city of oil, new wealth, terrorists and criminals, Erast Fandorin encounters an opponent who seems to be invincible.
New Fiction. Published 2013. Price: £25.50
Akunin, Boris Drugoi put BESTSELLER. Set in the 1920s, Akunin’s latest novel reflects on the history of the 20th century and focuses on the private world of relationships and love.
New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £24.99
Akunin, Boris Znak Kaina The book reflects one day in the life of John Vasilevich, also known as Ivan the Terrible. The whole country was taken hostage by his insanity, yet he himself believed that he was only fulfilling higher will.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £13.50
Alfatuni, Sukhbat Poklonenie volkhvov "Adoration of the magi" is a family saga which starts in 19th centuary and continues till our times. Nikolai, the founder of Triarskie family is a young architect, but also belongs to a secret society called "the Magi" and revolutionary circles.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £34.99
Arkhangelskii, Aleksandr Biuro proverki The novel is at once a coming of age story, thriller and a portrait of an era. Set against the backdrop of opulent, yet stuffy Olympic Moscow it tells of young Alexey Nogovitsin who's seemingly tested unbeknownst to himself.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £21.99
Barinova, Liubov Eva Three years old girl is abducted in Moscow circus. The kidnapper needs no ransom, he is motivated by vengeance. He wants the girl's parents to suffer as he has suffred. The parents will never find out who punished them, unless they examine their past.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £17.90
Bashenko, Alla Atlantida "Atlantida" contains poems that reflects on the unique experience of the individual in the modern, ever more globalizing world.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £9.99
Basinskii, Pavel Posmotrite na menia The book is dedicated to Elizaveta Dyakonova, an activist of the nascent women's rights movement in Russia. Dyakovna died in mysterious circumstances in the Austrian Alps where she was found naked, her clothes and diary lying by her side.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £18.99
Berezin, Aleksei 7 krasnikh linii A wise, yet entertaining story collection that the reader will appreciate for its gallant, yet deadly ironic tone.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £14.50
Bikov, Dimitrii Sni i strakhi This collection of short stories, written by the popular Russian author, is inspired by HP Lovecraft and Stephen King. The charcaters of the stories are constantly balancing on the edge between the everyday world and other realities.
New Fiction. Published 01/01/2019. Price: £17.00
Bikov, Dmitrii Iiun Three people, three different stories that collide - the tragicomedy of a young poet, the drama of a Soviet journalist - love, betrayal and his eventual arrest, the grotesque of a mad scientist. It all happens in the time period from 1930 till 1941.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £22.50
Boyashov, Ilya Konung The tale of legendary chieftain Rurik, who became the ruler of Russia. Mixing history with melodious language and the brutality of viking myth, the novel reads like an enchanting adventure, yet it can also be seen as a reflexion on the nature of power.
New Fiction. Price: £11.99
Buida, Iurii Iad i Med Tati is the owner of the House of the Twelve Riders at Zhukovii Hill. Not only is she descended from an ancient line, but she is believed to be the embodiment of both God and the Devil.
New Fiction. Published 2014. Price: £17.99
Buida, Iurii Tseilon On his return home the protagonist, impressed by the island of Ceylon, tries to recreate it. But the climate of central Russia is not suitable for palm trees and naked dancers. A family saga.
New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £15.99
Buksha, Kseniia Ramka The novel takes place in a near future. The title refers to a walk-through detector used for security. Thousands of people gather to celebrate the coronation of a new Tzar, yet some of them get detained. It is their stories that shape the text.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £15.50
Burman, Dmitrii Strannie liudi Collection of realistic, contemporary and engaging short stories. The main motif is the never-fading value of good that one can do to others.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £14.99
Bushkovskii, Aleksandr Rimba The novel is set nowadays in the North of Russia. Rimba is a small island in the middle of the lake. It's denizens live secluded lives, which are shaken once a stranger is rescuded on the shore and brought in to the viilage.
New Fiction. Published 01/01/2019. Price: £15.99
Chizova, Elena Kitaist Dystopian novel, set in a past after the period of Great Patriotic War. It offers a different scenario, where the territory in the East of Ural mountains belongs to USSSR, in the West - is occupied by Nazi Germany.
New Fiction. Published 2013. Price: £18.50
Corcoran, Valentina Ternovaia besedka The book contains few short stories and a novel about first love. Lora is about to finish seconday school, she is calm, self-willed and loves the forest where she often takes walks. This is where she meets Dima, known as a hooligan and show-off.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £9.99
Danikhnov, Vladimir Tvar razmerom s koleso obozreniia The book is dedicated to the subject of being ill with the cancer, yet it is not the usual "fight with the disease" story. Much more it is a book about the subject and nature of fear and dealing with it.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £19.99
Danilova, Anna Neapolitanskaia Koshka Zoia's husband Alex wanishes suddenly and without trace, only leaving a blood soaked shoe behind. Then, after 7 years, Zoia sees an online video, where a nameless stranger in Naples are feeding cats. She recognises Alex in him.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £10.99
Dashkova, Polina Gorlov Tupik High ranking government officer loses an important case and with it his repuation. However, he rebuilds himself and becomes even more powerful. Yet, secretly he is still working to prove the conspiracy that was the cause of his downfall. Based on true story.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £15.75
Davidov, Stanislav Prezidentskii polk The book is based on the experiences of a man who was lucky (or not?) to serve in the most prestigious unit of the Russian Army - the Presidential Regiment. There are many funny episodes, but also a lot of unpleasant and sad ones too.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £13.50
Dezombe, Daria Portret mertvoi naturshchitsi A crime novel set in Paris it tells about the case in which each of the victims bears an uncanny resemblance to the bather in famous Ingeres's painting.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £5.50
Dontsova, Daria Goroskop ptitsi Feniks Detective Evlampia Romanova is investigating case of Elena Rulskaia whose family have all died in a very short spread of time.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £14.99
Efimenko, Anna Angliiskaia lavanda "English Lavander" is a novel about friendship. About friendship ruined and revived, friendship at every age and revealing each of three main characters differently. It is set in Edwardian England.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £15.50
Ekimov, Boris Vozvrashchenie. Rasskazi o zhivoi zhizni BESTSELLER. With love and heartache, Boris Ekimov writes about vanishing rural Russia - the life of deserted villages, ruined farms, lost habitats. Yet, there still are people who want to keep fighting for it.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £18.99
Elizarov, Mikhail Zemlia The main hero of the book is Vladimir Kortishev, who works as a grave digger and a security guard at his brother's funeral business. The main themes of this multi layered novel are life, death and fate.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £25.99
Ershova, Elena Ikhtis Pavel is a young man, who after a bitter experience, develops a strong dislike towards any kind of magic and miracles. He loves to unravel charlatans. Yet, his conviction is shattered when he visits a certain Old Believer community. A mystery thriller.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £24.99
Etov, Aleksandr Ia budu vsegda s toboi The action takes place during the Second World War in the Russian tundra by the mighty river Ob. Even here, by the polar circle the atmosphere is restless and drives people mad. At the centre of the novel is the life and fate of a talented sculptor.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £14.99
Figl Migl Doloi Stid The novel presents alternative Russian history of 2016. The sate now is fully totalitarian and everything is controlled by secret services. At the center of it are five conspirators who are trying to turn things for the better.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £17.99
Figl Migl Eta Strana Russian president gives an order to instigate a new national project, based on philosophy of Nikolai Fedorov, who was a precursor of transhumanism. Full of adventure and sarcasm, the book is also a reflection on Russia and the nature of power.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £14.99
Filomonov, Andrei Retsepti sotvoreniia mira The protagonist's quest lies in the labyrinth of one family's history, winding from Paris to Siberia through the entire 20th century. The novel can be seen as a wondrous tale but it is based on real experience.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £17.50
Frei, Eli Moi Luchshii Vrag The novel tells about childhood friends - a boy and a girl. The day comes when the girl allows something so bad to happen to the boy that he gradually turns in to a pitiless monster. Now as an adult she is still haunted by guilt and fear.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £15.50
Galego, Ruben Beloe na chernom Written by a Russian author, Rubens Galego, the grandson of the former General Secretary of the Communist Party of Spain. This is an autobiographical novel, which deals with his experience in Soviet schools for disabled children.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £10.99
Ganieva, Alisa Oskorblennie chuvstva During a heavy rain storm, a stranger takes a seat in Nikolai's car. This marks the point from which consuming passions, corruption, love triangles and murder mysteries begins. The book is packed with action and has a satirical style.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £15.50
Garmash-Roffe, Tatiana E. B. Zh. After a divorce a young woman is looking for a new life and also for revenge. She takes over the company which used to belong to her husband, not being aware of a danger she has involved herself in.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £5.50
Gigolashvilli, Mikhail Tainii God The book tells about one of the most mysterious periods in Russian history - a year when Ivan the Terrible left the throne to live in a monastery. The novel offers not only a historical drama, but is a study of morbid consciousness and power.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £30.50
Glukhovskii, Dmitrii Metro 2033 In the aftermath of World War Three, the world remains desolate and uninhabitable. The only people still alive are the ones who hid themselves in the depths of the Moscow Metro. They are living underground and longing to return to the surface of the Earth.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £22.50
Glukhovskii, Dmitrii Metro 2034 The second part of "Metro 2033" saga.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £22.50
Glukhovskii, Dmitrii Metro 2035 The third part of "Metro 2033" saga.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £22.50
Glukhovskii, Dmitrii Tekst Psychological thriller based around prevalence of technology and social media of our age. When so much information is kept on mobile phone and online, it's possible that the phone can substitute the owner. But, what happened to the owner?
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £24.99
Glukhovskii, Dmitrii Tekst A policeman with a grudge plants drugs on a young Philology student. After serving the sentence of seven years Ilia wants to return to normal life, yet it does not happen - he starts to live the life of a man who crippled his.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £18.75
Goncharova, Marianna Papa ia prosnulas These stories, full of absurdities, accidents and incredible charm are taken from the air, gardens, fields and streets of a small town. However quirky are their characters there is an impression as if one knows them from childhood.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £15.99
Grishkovets, Evgenii Teatr otchaianiia. Otchaiannii teatr "The Theatre of Despair. The Desperate theatre " is a voluminous novel, written as a biography. Yet, it's true main character is not a person - it's rather the force and vocation that leads one to the end, not known even to himself.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £29.99
Hill, Napoleon Dumai i bogatei Translation of "Think And Grow Rich Action Pack".
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £14.50
Iahina, Guzel Zuleikha otkrivaet glaza Historical fiction set in the 1930s. Tatar peasant Zuleika is sent to settle in Siberia together with hundreds of other dispossessed migrants. A vibrant and gripping tale of survival and of love.
New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £17.50
Iakhina, Guzel Deti Moi The new book by literary sensation and the most awarded author of 2018. "Deti Moi" tells the story of Volga Germans, revealing a world that is original and alive, created by outsiders in a foreign country. It is also a love story.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £17.99
Iakovleva, Iuliia Nebo v Almazakh The Soviet state is doing better and better, at least when it comes to propaganda. The first Soviet comedy is being shot and life affirming operettas staged. Yet, in Leningrad an actress is killed. Is it a crime of passion? Are there some hidden secrets?
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £11.50
Iakovleva, Iuliia Ukroshenie krasnogo konia It's 1931. While Soviet state tries to select a better breed of people, investigator Zaitsev takes up the case of somebody killing pedigree horses.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £10.99
Iakovleva, Iuliia Vdrug okhotnik vibegaet The Great Purge has already begun. Yet, next to the big evil of State there still are small crimes - people keep stealing and killing. Will an ordinary police inspector be able connect irrational with rational and translate the language of horror for the good?
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £11.99
Idiatullin, Shamil Gorod Brezhnev Coming-of-age novel set in eighties Russia. Main hero enjoys his teenage years until one day in pioneer summer camp he fulfils his dream to do karate, meets his first love and his first mentor, all of which leaves defining impression on his life.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £18.99
Idiatullin, Shamil Ubir. Dilogiia This novel fits at once into intellectual fanatsy genre, horror, a fction for adaults and teenagers alike. It's a story of a brother and sister and their plight with a vampire. There are many bad people around them and children can be so gullible...
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £18.50
Iureva, Vlada Krasnii, zhestokii, oranzhevii As part of a psychological experiment, a selected group of random people investigates the death of an American illusionist.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £12.99
Iuzefovich, Leonid Kazaroza In the 1920’s, a well known singer is shot dead during her performance in a provincial town. As well as being a crime novel, concerned with the murder investigation it also gives a keen insight into history of the time.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £18.99
Ivanov, Aleksei Tobol. Malo Izbrannikh The novel is set in Siberia, during the reforms of Peter the Great. It follows the curious pattern shaped by the whimsical threads of people's destinies. Many have been called here, but who will be also "chosen" by the place?
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £25.50
Ivanov, Aleksei & Iuliia Zaitseva Debri A richly woven historical novel, telling about Siberia before Russian invasion.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £23.50
Kanevskii, Aleksandr Elena Prekrasnaia A crime fiction centred on the character of Boris Pakhomov - a detective that is cheerful, eccentric and unpredictable.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £13.50
Karetnikova, Anna Privet, Andrei In this book the reader dives into complex psychological experiences of the heroine. Their roots go deep into the past, but subconsciously influence her feelings and relationship with men. It tells about the Stockholm syndrome.
New Fiction. Published 01/01/2018. Price: £15.20
Karpovich, Olga Stambulskii Revansh Blinded by a desire to take vengeance on handsome Altan, who rejected her, Victoria marries his brother. Unfortunately, soon after their wedding, her husband dies and Victoria finds herself behind bars.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £13.50
Ketro, Marta Chtobi skazat emu
New Fiction. Published 01/12/2019. Price: £16.99
Ketro, Marta Vse devochki snezhinki, a malchiki klouni In the kindergarten of the city of Saransk, the New Year party is being prepared. The roles assigned to the children, however, will create an argument of how gender roles are perceived and projected.
New Fiction. Published 01/01/2018. Price: £16.50
Khakhimova, Elia Delo kniazhni Salomeei Russia, 1906. A millionaire merchant is to marry one of St Petersburg's greatest beauties. But she vanishes on her wedding day, and soon afterwards her corpse is found in the lake of the local manor.
New Fiction. Published 2014. Price: £10.99
Khemlin, Margarita Iskalshchik Ukraine, the turbulent years from 1917 till 1924... Lazar Goikhman shares his memories. What has started as an innocent adventure - two boys going for a treasure hunt, takes a bad turn that affects many.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £13.50
Khrutskii, Eduard Strakh 1950s Moscow. The body of an unknown man is found on one of the capital's lanes. A forged certificate of the Moscow Criminal Investigations Department is his pocket. Who is the man and why did he die?
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £21.05
Kisimiaka, Vika AdVokat The main hero is a 27-year-old lawyer who is sent to Hell following his death. He must urgently solve a series of crimes before the fragile balance between God and the Devil is destroyed.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £17.50
Koff, Nataliza Koliuchka i bogatir Once upon a time there was a girl called Victoria who lives a quiet and measured life until she meets and falls in love with the silent Bogatir.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £12.50
Kokotiukha, Andrei Legenda o Bezgolovom After a divorce lawyer Larissa decides to go and have a rest in a cosy, provincial town. Yet, what rest can be expected when all locals are horrified by a headless body found in a town square?
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £12.99
Kolesov, Evgenii Kitaets Successful chemistry student, who is fluent in Chinese and English is recruited by Russian military intelligence. His life changes abruptly, from now on he leads a double life. A lively and realistic novel on espionage.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £15.99
Kolina, Elena Piterskaia printsessa The heroine is a popular St Petersburg socialite, surrounded by a doting entourage. But the years pass and things change... her entourage is no more and a harsh new reality intrudes.
New Fiction. Published 2014. Price: £13.99
Konstantinov, Dmitrii Chudotvorets In Soviet times there was a laboratory which studied people's psychic abilities, trying to explain them scientifically. What started as a struggle between two men for a woman's heart turned into a real psychic battle.
New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £3.99
Kozlova, Anna F20 Coming-of-age novel. The main character is a young woman, very honest to herself and others. She is edgy, feisty, yet also vulnerable. She has a diagnosis F20 - that in psychiatric taxonomy is a code for schizophrenia.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £17.50
Kozlova, Anna Riurik One fine evening 16 years old Marta escapes from her boarding school, goes to a highway and hitchikes. A moto biker picks her and lets her out near a big forest. Marta decides to take a walk. Meanwhile the whole country is in turmoil over her.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £14.99
Kucheruk, Darina Chuzhie A successful young journalist emigrates to London in search of true love. However soon she finds herself penniless. What will become of her and her quest?
New Fiction. Published 2010. Price: £8.99
Kuznetsov, Sergei Uchitel Dimov Family saga about the fates of the Dimov family. With each new generation there are new "interiors", changing times and different feelings in the air. Even if it seems that freedom is increasing, each of them is challenged to make their own deal with reality.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £17.99
Kuznetsova, Inga Pechvork. Posle prochteniia shzet The novel is harsh, yet lyrical at the same time. It deals with the subjects of control, abuse and masochism, where fantasy blends with criminal cases.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £11.99
Lebedev, Igor Zmeinaia Golova This retro crime novel opens with a boars head, discovered in the office of a prominent business advisor. Detective Ardov has to find out if it is a stupid joke, a sign of warning, an occult note. Yet, then mysterious deaths start to follow each other.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £12.90
Lebovski, Redgrein Absolutnie elementi Sophie never guessed that familiar legends of her childhood might be true, yet now they have intruded her life in a form of man who hunts for evil spirits. Fast paced fantasy novel.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £13.50
Leonov, Nikolai Mertvopis The detectives Gurv and Kriatko are investigating death of painter Vitaly Lunnoi, whose paintings seems to have beacome for an inspiration to a series of crimes.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £19.99
Leonov, Nikolai Staraia rana The daughter of an influential official is killed in mysterious circumstances. The investigation soon comes to standstill but then the experienced inspector Gurov gets hold of some juicy details from her past.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £16.99
Leonov, Nikolai & Aleksei Makeev Smert za nash schet A journalist is found poisoned in a Moscow hotel room. Clues lead to the mayor of Moskovorechensk, who, according to local press, is mired in corruption. However, experienced detectives Gurov and Kriachko are unconvinced.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £16.99
Leontev, Nikolai & Aleksei Makeev Stalnoi desert Businessman Rotochkov is found murdered during his birthday party. There is a plenty of suspects having motives to wish him dead. Investigation seems to be only a step away from resolution, but situation changes his younger brother is found dead too.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £16.99
Limonov, Eduard Mongoliia The book contains ruminations and sketches of the once daredevil and flamboyant, but now more mature author. Although named "Mongolia" it is much dedicated to Armenia, the Armenian nation and the region of Karabakh mountains.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £14.99
Limonov, Eduard V Sirakh Another unusual autobiographical book by writer, politician and ladies` man Limonov. The title refers to a district near the centre of Moscow, where he settles after leaving jail.
New Fiction. Published 2012. Price: £14.99
Lipskerov, Dmitrii O niom i o babochkakh Written in the Gogolian tradition. The main character awakens in the morning to discover that his penis has detached from his body and now lives its own independent life.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £18.99
Litvinovi Grekhi ottsov otpustiat deti A son of a prominent statesman arrives back home together with his friend from the university. His father and the guest clashes and insults each other from the very start. A few days later a tragic event occurs.
New Fiction. Published 01/01/2019. Price: £15.99
Litvinovi, Anna & Sergei Ta samaia Tatiana Unexpected continuation of Pushkin's "Eugene Onegin", involving crime and intrigue.
New Fiction. Published 2013. Price: £18.99
Lukianenko, Sergei Kvazi "Kvazi" is a story of the fight for survival between humans and the living dead. There is a new species fighting on the human side - "sapient zombies". Who are these new mutants with light blue skin?
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £17.99
Matveeva, Anna Deviat o devianostikh Book contains nine stories, set in the 90ties of the 20th century. This is the time for it's heroes that is difficult, dissolute and bad, yet it also a magical time. Surprises takes place and the dreams they dared not to dream comes true.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £15.99
Mavrin, Aleksei Psoglavtsi Three young people arrive at a forlorn ruined village to restore an old fresco of St Christopher, heretically depicted with the head of a dog. Mystical thriller.
New Fiction. Published 2012. Price: £19.99
Medvedev, Vladimir Zakhkhok In "Zakhkhok" the exotic and terrible world of Central Asia comes to life. The novel is set in Tajikistan, during the civil war in early 1990ties and is centred on the fate of a Russian family remaining in Pamir mountains.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £17.99
Merkin, Andrei Mi - chempioni! In original and easy manner the novel tells of significant events from the author's life. It's set against the backdrop of football matches, amorous adventures, military service and Soviet everyday.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £14.99
Metletskaia, Mariia V tikhom gorodke u moria Ivan Gromov lives in a small town by the sea where he hopes to heal his broken heart. One day he meets little girl called Asia, tells her a story and gives her a dream. It will be this little, unloved girl who will later give him the greatest gift of his life.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £13.99
Metlitskaia, Mariia Drugaia Vera A version on modern age Cinderella. Her two Princes and two marriages. A study of character and a contemplation on what it really is that made her happy.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £13.00
Metlitskaia, Mariia Ia budu liubit tebia vechno Milochka's life resembled the fairy tale of Cinderella. She met a man who took her to a glamorous apartment, showered her with gifts, but the main thing was that she really loved him. Yet, the human heart is deceptive and there are other princes around…
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £13.99
Metlitskaia, Mariia Mozhno ia pobudu schastlivoi? During the deficit years in USSR women had to use a lot of skill to produce a lipstick or sew a dress - nothing was available in shops, yet they still wanted to be stylish and beautiful. Histories of characters are set on this background.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £13.99
Metlitskaia, Mariia Takova Zhizn The heroes in this collection of stories know all too well what loss, disappointment and treachery feel like. Yet they know something else too — that life is worth living and they appreciate every moment of it.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £8.99
Mikhailkova, Elena Belii Pidel rizhii kot Mark and Sergei are invited to attend a wedding in a tiny, provincial town. Once they arrive events unfold as if in a farce-like play, only to reveal a murder in the midst of it all.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £13.50
Mikhalkova, Elena Kto ubiitsa, Missis Noridzh? Fortitude, immutable principles and a typically English sense of humour help Emma Norwich solve the puzzles that her life throws. Six exciting stories in the spirit of Miss Marple.
New Fiction. Published 01/06/2013. Price: £10.99
Mikhalkova, Elena Net kuznechika v trave Another person's life can be like an iceberg - only the smallest part is visible to the observer, but what secrets are hidden beneath? Detectives Ilyushin and Babkin need to solve the mystery of a missing wife from a seemingly happy family.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £16.50
Mikhalkova, Elena Pirog iz gorkogo mindalia On the family photo one can see a group of charming adults, pretty children and an old man with majestic looks. Between them is a victim and a killer. A calm summer break in country house turns in to a thriller, close relatives to bitter enemies.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £15.50
Mikhalkova, Elena Sled lisi na kamniakh Detectives Iliushin and Babkin are facing an unusual case - this time their client is a killer. Yet, was there any murder at all? Looking for his nonexistent victim feels like trying to get hold of a ghost.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £15.99
Mikhalkova, Elena Zakroi dver za soboi Conman Mikhail Groiss goes missing. It seems that nobody would miss him, yet private investigators Iliushin and Babkin starts the search. Sometimes the captive can present more danger to the captor than other way around...
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Mikhalokova, Elena Chelovek iz doma naprotiv Do you have nowhere to go? Find an empty house and start to live there. You have no money? Pretend you are the master of the house. Is that not enough? Find a key from a cellar door and then regret the day it all started...
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Mironov, Viacheslav Kirpich iz Moskvi Major Kushakov serves at the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Other than once solving a crime that was thought to be hopeless, he is considered a rather average worker.A dramatic change occurs in him when he meets a certain Englishman.
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Nekrasova, E.I. Kalechina-Malechina
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Nikolaenko, Aleksandra Nebesnii pochtalion Fedia Bulkin Fedia lives with his granny and dreams of reaching “The Heavenly Town”, where his parents have been sent to help with the construction works. It's a novel about childhood, a never-ending summer, yet also about longing and a long winter.
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Nikolaeva, Olesia Sebe nazlo. Zhenskie portreti v proze The book contains stories of the fates of different women, the uneasy relationship between a man and a woman and even the complicated relationship to one's self. Whether simple minded or insidious and multifaceted, all characters are very convincing.
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Nosov, Sergei Daite mne obezianu This book is not a textbook of life. It is much more informative, useful, witty and, perhaps, more dangerous than that. Therefore, everyone beware: arming oneself with knowledge may pose a threat!
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Nosov, Sergei Zakritie temi Collection of stories, full of paradoxes, twists and turns of life, strange characters in cought in ridiculous situations.
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Novikov, Dmitrii Golomianoe plamia The action takes place in the Far East of Russia. Against the backdrop of powerful Northern nature, the recent past becomes inseparable from the present and the drama of a single individual turns insignificant, yet the tragedy of a whole nation irredeemable.
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Oganova, Irina Illuziia schastia i liubvi Five novellas on love and life, leading the reader to the secret worlds of desires and withheld emotions where one can easy recognize oneself.
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Ovechkin, Eduard Akuli iz stali. Poslednii pokhod Collection of naval stories, saturated with humour, irony, all-conquering optimism and an unexpectedly sober outlook on complex life problems.
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Ovechkin, Eduard Nord, nord i nemnogo vest Stories by Ovechkin tells of the lives of submariners. Dynamic narrative, originality of insider's humour and dangerous situations makes it a fascinating work to read.
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Pelevin, Viktor Buben verkhnego mira Compilation of Pelevin's early short stories. As usual it's a mix of everyday occasions, humour and the presence and intervenience of the supernatural in people's life.
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Pelevin, Viktor Lampa Mafusaila Pelevin's new novel tells of competition between two demonic races - reptilians (generally presented as Americans) and devils (presented as Russians). The book is full of wit and contemplation on the nature of consciousness.
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Pelevin, Viktor Smotritel. Volume 1 Emperor Paul the First, a great alchemist and mesmerist is apparently killed by conspirators. However the coup is just an illusion which allows him to leave Saint Petersburg. He enters a parallel world called Idillium and becomes its guardian.
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Pelevin, Viktor Smotritel: Zheleznaia Bezdna (vol. 2) Second volume of Pelevin's series about the guardians and watchers of the parallel world Idillium, offering many surprises and unexpected twists.
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Pelevin, Viktor Tainie vidi na goru Fudzi Are you ready to experience the reality of ancient India many years ago? And if so, do you have enough money to pay for it? Pelevin mixes the current Russian reality of arising businesses, the power of female success and much more in his latest bestseller.
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Peppershtein, Pavel Predatel ada A collection of beautiful and surreal, yet psychologically incisive short stories.
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Petrushevskaia, Liudmila Dikie zhivotnie skazki
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Petrushevskaia, Liudmila Nikomu ne nuzhna. Svobodna The story of a girl who is not only utterly alone, but also lives in poverty. The world of other children around her is cruel. Yet, she transcends it by becoming independent, wilful and making a successful career for herself later in life.
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Petrushevskaia, Liudmila Sanatorium Short stories, fairy tales and a play, where hard realism gives way to humour.
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Petrushevskaia, Liudmila Stranstviia po povodu smerti A compilation of tales whose common theme is crime and wittingly or unwittingly transgressing the boundaries of law.
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Pitsik, Katia Gorod ne prinimaet This is a novel about the life of Saint Petersburg’s bohemian students during the 90s. It's teeming with colourful characters, some happy, some unhappy, some truly tragic. Touching, precise and with fresh, stylish prose.
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Platova, Viktoriia Stalingrad, stantsiia Metro Liza is 18 years of age. She is kind and responsive, yet imprisoned in a huge body that others find repulsive. She dreams of love and a happy future. Yet, in reality she works in Social help centre where her best friend is man with an HIV diagnosis.
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Poliakova, Tatiana Znak predskazatelia The heroine and her three friends nicknamed The Joker, The Warrior and The Poet lead a private detective bureau. Their new client is a rich provincial businessman who is afraid for the life of his daughter.
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Poliarinov, Aleksei Tsentr Tiazhesti A richly layered cyberpunk novel about a young journalist, a hacker and an artist from Moscow getting together and resisting the advent of a dystopian future.
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Prilepin, Zakhar Vce chto dolzhno razrushitsia In this book Zakhar Prilepin acts not so much as an author, but more as a listener and chronicler while supplying humanitarian aid to Donbass region in Eastern Ukraine.
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Ribakova, Mariia Ostrii nozh dlia miagkogo serdtsa A touching novel about love between Russian girl Marina and Hispanic Ortiz. It is a love story that transcends human beings as Ortiz is actually a river and only for a short while becomes a man - thanks to the heroine's strong emotions.
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Rigbi, El Teni prikhodiat s moria Historical fiction. Compelling journey through bloodspilled roads - a story of betrayal, secrets and a man on the run. Trust no one, not even your closest friend.
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Rogovaia, Elena I zdraste vam cherez okno Aunty Sara is inquisitive, always ever present and loves to give unsolicited advise. She lives in the city of Odessa and spends a lot of time looking out of her window. Yet, when the crisis comes, she is the one who will help and save the day.
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Romanova, Galina Gnev vliublennoi zhenshchini Just like in an old anecdote, Olga finds her husband and his mistress in bed together. After an outburst of anger she leaves and hopes to never see them again. But then she becomes a suspect for a brutal beating and a murder.
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Romanova, Galina Kukla liubov The wife of a respectable lawyer goes missing after receiving a letter from her father, whom she has never met. People speculate Larisa must have run off with a lover, yet young investigator Masha has different thoughts.
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Romanova, Galina Nichego lichnogo krome boli Masha is bestowed with phenomenal intuition and outstanding analytical skills, yet it still seems that, she, a police lieutenant, is not fully respected by her colleagues. It takes a major challenge to prove the opposite.
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Romanova, Galina Pervii shag k propasti Former police investigator Sergei finds an abandoned luxury car in the parking lot of a hotel where he works now as a security guard. He also finds out that one of the hotel's managers has recently been found killed in her own falt.
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Romanova, Galina Pozovi ee po Imeni In the detective melodramas of Galina Romanova blood, tears, and love are intertwined.Tender feelings are tried by hard tests where the reward is life itself.
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Romanova, Galina Svidetelnitsi zla Olga, Kira and Liusia are friends since childhood. Olga is shocked to learn about the sudden, gruesome death of Kira whose body together with three others has been found in a burned down house.
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Romanova, Galina Uznai menia For three years Tatiana has been living on a small island together with her husband. It has also been three years since her name and even her face were changed after she witnessed a terrible crime. Is her ordeal really over?
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Romanova, Galina Vkus zapretnogo ploda After an argument with her daughter and son in law, Natalia returns to her own house earlier than planned. Three weeks later, when her family arrives to visit, they discover that Natalia is missing and are asked to identify a body in the morgue.
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Romanova, Galina Zagovor obrechennikh Liza is feeling a complete failure, overweight and left by her husband. Pavel has married her boss Lana. To make things worse, she is entrusted with fetching an expensive gift for Lana, yet when she arrives to get it, all she finds is a dead body.
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Romanova, Galina Zapovednik poteriannikh dush The semi-neglected nature reserve has long been a subject of discussion among the residents of a local town. A decade ago several homeless people disappeared there. Now, two elderly women have gone missing.
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Romanova, Mariana Ostrov Smertushkin Chilling novel set on the Southern island, whose inhabitants practice rituals that demands a human sacrifice. It makes the reader think on the nature of mystery, magic and what is accessible to a human being.
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Romanova, Olga Rus sidiashchaia Written by an experienced journalist who has visited many Russian prisons and talked to inmates, their relatives and law enforcement. It contains short stories about this harsh, cruel world. Some of them have a happy ending, some don't.
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Rozhdestvenskaia, Ekaterina Balkon na Kutuzovskom Based on the author's own story, the novel tells about the life of a young girl and her two grandmothers against a backdrop of 1960s Moscow and her parents' bohemian friends.
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Rozhniov, Leonid Amanita phalliodes i drugie rasskazi A collection of short stories.
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Rubanov, Andrei Patriot The protagonist of the novel is an eccentric businessman, a successful banker in a past, but now bankrupt. His today's reality is debts, quarrels with old friends, memories. Suddenly it is revealed that he has a son...
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Rubanov, Andrei Skazhite i virastet A banker, used to a life of luxury and comforts, finds himself in the back of a car, on the way to Lefortovo detention centre. It is part of a scrupulously set out plan but something goes wrong.
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Rubina, Dina Babii veter In the centre of this novel is a woman, an air balloon pilot, who after a personal tragedy is forced to change her hometown and profession..
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Rubina, Dina Belaia golubka Kordovi
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Rubina, Dina Kogda ze poidot sneg? Book contains stories from Rubina's childhood and was very well received by Russian readers.
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Rubina, Dina Pri chem tut Devochka A collection of short prose by a well loved author on themes of childhood and adolescence.
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Rubina, Dina Russkaia kanareika. Zheltukhin First part of a trilogy about a famous Odessan family. Ebullient and inexhaustibly musical family, they make touch with a family of silent, secretive strangers from Alma-Ata.
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Rubina, Dina Skvoz setochku sliapi The book is based upon Rubina's European journeys, where the genius of a certain a place or city combines with Rubina's own, thus creating a new point on the map as well as a story.
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Rubina, Dina Teplie shtani dlia vashei mami The author admits she doesn't like pre-prepared jokes and puns - the world itself opens "the smile of God" for those who are observant enough to see it. Five humorous stories, based on real life experiences.
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Sadulaev, German Ivan Auslender Middle-aged university lecturer finds himself unwittingly involved in politics - he participates in meetings, rallies, "honest" elections. Yet, instead of expected feeling of freedom comes disappointment. He embarks on a journey.
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Safarali, Elchin Retsepti schastia A popular novel by an Azerbaijani author, dedicated to traditional Azerbaijani cuisine - dishes made by her granny- and the importance of sharing.
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Safarli, Elchin Ia khochu domoi Philosophical elegy in prose, the book embraces with its warmth, wisdom, Eastern settings and wonderings of the main character - both physical and mental.
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Safarli, Elchin Rasskazhi mne o more The novel centrates on relationship between man and woman as well as relationship between a person and city where she or he lives, saying that living in a city is similar to loving a person.
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Sagan, Francoise Zdravstvui, grust. Romani Translation of "Bonjour Tristesse" and other novels by Sagan.
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Salnikov, Aleksei Oposredovanno In the reality of this novel poetry is not just a text, but a real narcotic. Lena writes her first poem at the age of 17 and from then on poety becomes her consolation and destruction, the way of life and a witchcraft.
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Salnikov, Aleksei Petrovi v gruppe i vokrug nego Bestseller and a new, fresh and unique voice in contemporary Russian literarture. The story is weaved around members of the Petrov family. The author exposes not only the absurdity of life, but also writes with great attention to detail and psycological insight.
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Salnikov, Alexey Otdel Igor did not have great expectations when he started a job in a half forgotten boiler room in the industrial area of the town. One night while drunk he climbs up the staircase to his neighbours. This is when the noise of gunshots startles him.
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Sanaev, Pavel Pokhoronite menia za plintusom Nominated for the Russian Booker prize, this novel quickly became a bestseller and has since acquired cult status. A coming of age story, funny and subtly evil, yet wise and sensitive too. It's a parody on the concept of a happy childhood.
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Saveleva, Olga Dva sapoga The book depicts daily episodes from the author's life. There are losses, victories and struggles that all would recognize, yet the thread going through all the stories is love.
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Saveleva, Olga Poputchitsa The book is a collection of short stories, based on the experience of the author - her daily encounters with unknown people and her willingness to help to those in need. Everyday conversations creates a unique mosaic of characters and deeds.
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Se, Slava Santekhnik s pilu i zharom He is an optimist. He has an ironic, philosophical attitude to everyday problems. He also is a perfect man! The only problem is that he is married to an ugly friend! Contains new and old stories from the life of the famous plumber.
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Se, Slava Ves santekhnik v odnoi stopke Compilation of two of the popular "santehnik" books - "Santehnik, ego kot, zhena I drugie podrobnosti" and "Tvoe moe koleso". Humorous stories of modern life and love.
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Semenova, Mariia Valkiriia A fantasy novel about a young, fierce woman who defies the age old tribal tradition and struggles to live and choose her own path.
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Semenova, Mariia Volkodav
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Senich, Roman Dozhd v Parizhe The protagonist of the novel goes to Paris, a city that he hopes can uplift him and make him to forget the strip of failures in his personal life. He ends up never leaving his hotel room, yet will this introspection bring any good?
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Shafieva, Shirin Ne Spi pod Nizhirovim Derevom The novel starts with an ordinary joke, a harmless prank that very soon turns into a nightmare for the main hero. A mystical fantasy novel about the hero's afterlife.
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Sheil, Ruta Dvoedushnik An abandoned hotel, an old water tower, an empty building of a psychiatric hospital. What makes young girls to come here at night, then to disappear without a trace? There are no answers, only a strange guy, who claims that he has two souls.
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Shemiakin, Dzhon Dikii Barin The blogger and author of "Wild gentleman" has been compared to classic writers such as Gogol. The reader will be amused by these short stories and sketches, portraying modern people in Gogolian spirit.
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Shepelev, Dmitrii Zhanna The book is based on biography of singer Zhanna Friske, who after being diagnosed with cancer turned from a beauty icon to the patient fighting for her life.
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Sherstobitov, Aleksei Eksperti. Kriminalnaia drama The author of this book is a legend of the criminal underground of the nineties. At once a thriller and a story of a suddenly flushed love between a woman officer and a criminal, how much of it is fiction remains a puzzle.
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Sherstobitov, Aleksei Neprikaianii Angel This novel about the pursuits of the criminal underground and secret organizations is a thriller, as well as a tale of redemption with a dose of mysticism to it.
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Shipnigov, Ivan Neft, Metel i Drugie Veselie Bogi A Russian person is submitted to a lot of gods, yet the most amusing of them is probably “The Oil”. Service to this god is difficult, but interesting. Razor sharp, funny and occasionally romantic prose.
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Shishkin, Mikhail Palto s khliastikom Collection of short prose by one of the best reviewed contemporary Russian authors. There are stories from author's childhood and adolescence, as well as essays on Nabokov, Robert Walser and others.
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Shlakov, Vladimir Pesni kitov Set in the early 80s in a polluted, industrial, provincial town, this story follows two boys and their lifelong competition for the heart of a girl named Larisa.
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Shulpiakov, Gleb Fes. U vrat marokkanskogo labirinta The wife of a prosperous publisher goes into maternity hospital and her husband finds himself alone, later to awake as a captive in a basement of some Eastern city. From there, things get stranger still.
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Skiriuk, Dimitrii Osennii Lis The novel is set in Medieval Europe where superstitions and fairy tales are alive, yet not always kind. The main character is a healer and herbalist Zhug, an outcast, who is looking for his place in the world and an understanding of himself.
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Slapovskii, Aleksei Tumannie allei Collection of stories inspired by Ivan Bunin's "Dark Avenues". Each of Slapovskii's stories is a contemporary counterpart to Bunin's one.
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Slavnikova, Olga Prizhok v dlinu The novel tells of a promising athlete who saves the life of a neighbour’s boy by pushing him out of the wheels of a passing car. As a result he loses both legs and the boy becomes his sinister shadow.
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Sluzhitel, Grigorii Dni Saveliia Written from a cat's perspective the novel follows life story of Savelius from being a stary kitten through the rest of his eventful life. The book can also be seen as a love letter to Moscow.
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Snegirev, Aleksandr Ia nameren khorosho provesti etot vecher A new book by the Russian Booker laureate tells stories on subjects which some may find trivial or even forbidden, and soon the direction shifts from minor to major events, unexpectedly and brilliantly.
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Snegirev, Aleksandr Vera The story of Vera, a typical Russian woman, who is struggling to find happiness among a dying breed of good men and who goes from one disastrous relationship to another.
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Sokolov, Igor Mazhor. Umeret shtobi roditsia Igor is a son of a rich and influential father. The father decides Igor needs an experience to become a "real man" and sends him to work in a local police unit. This is where Igor comes face to face with death because of the deeds of his own father.
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Sokolov, Sasha Mezhdu sobakoi i volkom The title comes from a saying about twilight, a time when a shepherd finds it hard to tell the difference between his own dog and a marauding wolf. It is set around the river Volga which also appears as a border between the living and the dead.
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Sorokin, Vladimir Lednaia trilogiia The Children of Ice. They can communicate with each other without words. They have penetrated all countries and all organizations and they want to destroy everyone who is different from them. Three bright novels by one of the main troublemakers in modern Russian literature.
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Sorokin, Vladimir Manaraga The future world of 2037. The main hero of the book is a rebel and romantic, working underground. The novel can be seen as author's reflection on relationship between man and the printed word.
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Sorokin, Vladimir Telluriia The book is a fantasmagoric social satire and reveals author's vision of Europe's future. The world is populated by beings of countless different nations, races and creeds. They all are interconected in their pursuit of happiness.
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Starobinets, Anna Posmotri na nego Birth of a baby is usually associated with joyous hopes and troubles. What to do if a baby has a diagnosis that is not compatible with life? Based on personal experience, the author's writing is powerful, but also sad and trying.
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Stepanova, Maria Pamiati pamiati Winner of The Big Book Award.
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Stepanova, Tatiana Padshii angel za levim plechom Revenge is a dish best served cold. Although a murder scene in a garage steams with rage, it is a cold, calculated rage. As the victim is the wife of a criminal investigator, there are plenty of possible suspects…
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Stepnova, Marina Bezbozhnii pereulok Young Oleg is trying to avoid the usual fate of young men like him: school - army - job. As a result of a tragic accident he becomes a doctor, yet once again finds himself trapped: medical institute - private clinic - devoted wife…
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Stepnova, Marina Gde - to pod Grosseto A novel dedicated to the people who we try not to see in our everyday lives and who often go unnoticed by their fellow citizens. Yet these people and their tragedies hide strong feelings - love, pain, loneliness, fear of death.
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Stepnova, Marina Zhenshchini Lazaria A beautifully written family saga, spanning the 20th Century up to the present day. It revolves around the ingenious scientist Lazarus Lindt and the three different, yet significant loves of his life.
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Stepnova, Tatiana Sozvezdie Khaosa Journalist Ekaterina Petrovskaia travels to the town of Ereb, situated near Moscow. This is where a series of monstrous murders have taken place and the bodies of brutally killed women have been found dressed in costumes of flies.
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Stesin, Alexandr Niu - Iorskii obkhod Based on the author's work in various New York hospitals, the book reflects on the role of fate that brings different people together and on what is really important in the face of adversity.
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Stolpovskaia, Olga Nenavizhu etu suchku The story of two very different women who work together at a TV production company. They become lovers leave their husbands and move in together. This is a book about freedom and people who can define their own values in life.
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Strak, Kristina Gonchie Lilit Skye accepts work as a secretary in beauty clinic set in Boston. She discovers that the clinic offers most luxurious treatments with such a good results that surpasses one's imagination. Yet, she will aslo learn there is a price to pay for everything.
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Tamonikov, Aleksandr Sumka s smertiu After resigning from service in a Special Forces unit, Alexei returns to his native town and has a wild party. Next morning in an abandoned sauna cabin he finds a girl hiding. The girl has a bag full of drugs and money with her.
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Tokareva, Viktoriia Doma stoiat dolshe chem liudi Collection of short stories on themes of love, children and family.
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Tokareva, Viktoriia Krugom odin obman New collection of stories of fates and unexpected turns in one's life written by well loved master of psycological prose.
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Tolstaia, Tatiana Nevidimaia deva Collection of short, fictional stories, inspired and based on people the author has loved through her life. Although it makes references to Tolstaia's other works it can be well read on it's own.
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Torchinov, Evgenii Put Drakona The book contains two novels written by a well known sinologist. They tell about the adventures of a scholar who travels to China to meet the wise man, who is rumored to have the secret of immortality.
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Traub, Masha Bedabeda At the centre of this novel are people who spend a lot of time and energy caring for others, when, in fact, they are on the verge of a breakdown themselves.
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Traub, Masha Liubov s strannostami i bez It may seem that there is nothing new to say about love, yet Masha Traub proves the opposite. The book includes one long and several short stories on the oddities and wonders of this human experience.
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Traub, Masha Moia babushka - Lermontov The grandmother of a main character lived in a village in Caucasus and worked as an editor-in-chief of the local newspaper. She was proud of her nickname "Lermontov". The novel presents a mix of Caucasian traditions, Soviet life and lots of sincerity.
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Traub, Masha Na Grani Razvoda A new collection of insightful short stories by a master of psycholoical prose Masha Traub. All stories are written on the subject of divorce and relationship crisis.
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Traub, Masha Uvazhaemie otdikhaiushchie! Dear holidaymakers! In resorts it is customary to live on a different calendar. There are only two seasons here - the season and the off-season. And two times of the day - when it's open and when it's closed. Dear holidaymakers - this is a book for you!
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Traub, Masha Vtoraia zhizn A man around fifty years of age walks the park, proudly pushing a buggy. His young wife is with him. It's clear to see he's started a new or a second life. But, what about his ex-wife? Touching novel concerning the subject of divorce.
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Tsipkin, Aleksandr Dom do svidanii The book displays a variety of familiar characters and situations that seemingly could be found only in Russia, yet behind that there are realistic and universal life problems. Bright, subtle, touching and mischievous prose.
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Ulitskaia, Liudmila Chelovek v Istorii A collection of testimonies of not widely known, yet remarkable people, who have lived difficult, worthy and sometimes heroic lives. These stories often can help the reader to connect with their ancestry better than official history.
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Ulitskaia, Liudmila Dar nerukotvornii This book contains short stories, whose common themes are everyday wonder of generosity, compassion, kindness and love in lives that otherwise appear to be poor and simple.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £28.50
Ulitskaia, Liudmila Lesnitsa Iakova An intricately branched family chronicle with many characters and a carefully woven plot. At the heart of the novel are the parallel fates of intellectual Jakob and his grand-daughter Nora, who finds his letters in the KGB archives.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £28.99
Ulitskaia, Liudmila Medeia i ee deti The main character of this saga is childless Medea Sinopli, the namesake of the ancient Medea. She is also a kind of a deity of a large and branced out family. Her mission is to protect, unite and glue together the fragile family ties.
New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £19.50
Ulitskaia, Liudmila O tele I Dushi In her latest story collection, the author reflects upon the theme of boundaries - between body and soul, between the self and others, between life and death.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £27.99
Ustionova, Tatiana Serga Artemidi 17-year-old Nastia and her male friend witness the death of a young actress. This puts both them and their families in danger, especially Nastia. Secrets will be revealed and discoveries made, each character suffering and overcoming their own hardship.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £16.99
Vagner, Iana Vongozero "Vonozero" is an apocalyptic fantasy, dystopia and a road story all at once. After a dangerous virus has been detected and quarantining fails, the main charcaters struggle find the cure for a horrible disease. The novel has been ecranised in Russia.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £23.50
Vagner, Iana Vongozero A sci fi novel concerning an edpidemic that suddenly strikes a city. The book has received a lot of nominations for literary prizes and a popular Russian TV series has been made based on it.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £23.50
Valiullin, Rinat Priviazannost The novel is dedicated to the subject of attachment.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £16.50
Vargo, Aleksandr Fragmenti After her divorce Irina tries to start a new life. Then parcels start arriving for her, each containing a human body part and, gradually, she realises that the remains are those of her ex-husband, Viktor.
New Fiction. Published 2015. Price: £15.50
Various 33 otelia ili Zdravstvui Krasivaia Zhizn A room in a hotel can offer us freedom and give us a space that is both convenient and luxurious. However things can be different - there can be a high price to pay, even deadly. The book contains 33 stories from celebrated contemporary authors.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £23.99
Various Istorii o Liubvi Stories on the theme of love, written by Russia's most celebrated contemporary authors.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £19.00
Various Kniga gastronomicheskikh istorii A collection of personal stories with a culinary touch. It contains work by popular, yet very different contemporary artists and authors — Narine Abgarian, Liudmila Ulitskaia, Renata Litvinova, Sergei Nosov, and many others.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £18.50
Various Moskva. Mesto vstrechi A collection of modern short stories revolving around one central character: the city of Moscow. The stories are writen by some of the most acknowledged and loved contemporary authors.
New Fiction. Published 01/01/2016. Price: £24.50
Various Muzhchini o liubvi. Sovremennie rasskazi. Collection of love stories written by contemporary male authors.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £6.99
Various Ptichii Rinok The volume contains 37 short stories written by popular contemporary authors. The theme of this compilation is domestic pets and animals.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £21.99
Various Semnadtsat o Semnadtsatom Collection of 17 stories by 17 authors, dedicated to Russian Revolution of 1917.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £19.99
Various Trava bila zelenee Compilation of short stories on their childhood by well-beloved contemporary Russian writers.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £17.50
Various V Pitere zhit A collection of stories, dedicated to Saint Petersburg. The stories are written by some of the most loved and prominent contemporary authors.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £27.50
Varlamov, Aleksei Dusha moia Pavel Pasha, a naïve and dreamy youth from secluded town in the countryside arrives in Moscow. Against all odds he enrols at university. His new life is engaging, yet it is also a blow to his deepest beliefs.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £17.50
Vasilev, Boris Ne strelaite v belikh lebedei The prose of Boris Vasilev is very cinematic. It is by no accident that many of his works have been made into films, as they combine lively action with human drama. His protagonist often is an ordinary person, somebody with a big, yet vulnerable heart.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £6.99
Verbinina, Valeriia Ekho vozmezdiia Everyone is convinced that Baroness Amalia Korf has withdrawn to her country estate to care for her sick uncle. In fact she has a different agenda which is jeopardised when the murder of a young student is discovered.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £17.99
Verkin, Eduard Mertvets In his latest novel "The Dead Man" the author speeks masterfully about the themes of friendship, coming of age, about true and false values and of how the wonder of understanding one self and the world happens.
New Fiction. Published 2019. Price: £11.90
Verkin, Eduard Ostrov Sakhalin An imaginative, action packed and absorbing novel, set in the post apocalyptic world on the island of Sakhalin. The island serves as both a refugee and a prison camp. Armed with two pistols, Lilac, the main charcter, travels there.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £23.50
Verkin, Eduard Vedmin den
New Fiction. Published 01/01/2020. Price: £15.95
Vilmont, Ekaterina Shpioni tozhe lokhi The main characters Bobrov and Marta seem to have an ideal union. Yet, some of the well wishers seem to seek to destroy it. How long they will last? Humorous adventure novel.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £15.50
Vilmont, Ekaterina Vafli po shpionski A story of a man and woman, once the man helps the woman, they don’t exchange their names, but since then they occasionally keep running into each other. What if fate really has a plan for them?
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £16.50
Vishnevskaia, Marina Vechnaia zhizn Lizi K The nowadays heroine of this novel is based on the famous charater of Natasha Rostova from "War and Peace". She experiences every moment of life just as fully. Yet, her focus will be challenged due to some dramatic events to come.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £15.50
Visotskii, Vladimir Ia ne liubliu The book contains song lyrics, poetry and other writings by known Russian singer-songwriter Vladimir Visotskii.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £7.50
Vodolazkin, Evgenii Aviator A man awakens in a hospital bed suffering from amnesia. He tries to recapture his memories but all he can remember is school, first love, the revolution of 1917, early aviation, Solovki prison…how can all the details feel so vivid when it's 1999?
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £17.50
Vodolazkin, Evgenii Brisben The main hero is a great musician, a virtuoso. His fate abruptly changes, when he loses the ability to perform and is forced to take a different perspective on life. The novel is praised for it's masterful use of language, making it sound like a piece of music.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £20.99
Volosin, Sergei & Dina Lali A young Muscovite goes to India, hoping to unwind and to solve her problems, yet the alien Indian environment only exacerbates her tensions. Nevertheless, she will meet people who in one way or another will help her.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £20.99
Voronova, Mariia Sama Vinovata Judge Irina's dream has become true - recently married, now she is a wife and a mother.Yet, her domestic idyll is disturbed by a strange case she gets involved in - a provincial surgeon has killed a world renowned film director.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £13.99
Voronova, Mariia Zhertva Pervoi Oshibki Serial killer is on the loose, professor of psychiatry harbours a dark secret, a high ranking attorney has commited a malfeasance in the past and now is bearing the consequences. Judge Irina has to deal with all that against the background of love and family dramas.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £16.35
Zamshev, Maksim Kontsertmeister The novel connects fates and various events happening in the Soviet Union starting from the 1940s to the 1980s. The central theme of the novel is endurance, the ability to keep one's light in midst of cruelty and darkness.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £19.50
Zapata, Mariana Ot Lukova s Liuboviu Hot romance on cold ice. Jasmine Santos, once a promising figure skater, now considers herself a failure. Then she is given the chance to skate as a pair and the prospect of winning the Olympics, yet it is incredibly difficult to put up with her arrogant partner.
New Fiction. Published 2020. Price: £18.55
Zhukova, Alena Tainii znak Four generations of the Stepanov family get involved in the revealing of a secret book, whose contents tell the fates and predicaments of Russian rulers.
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £6.99
Zobern, Oleg Avtobiografiia Isusa Khrista A biography of Christ, told by himself in a form of a confession. Highly acclaimed by many literary critics and contemporary authors in Russia.
New Fiction. Published 2017. Price: £17.50
Zotov, Georgii Skelet boga The action takes place in an alternate Russian Empire in which the 1917 revolution never happened. In a small town thousands of human corpses are found, assembled inside the buildings in the form of giant flowers…
New Fiction. Published 2016. Price: £10.99
Zotov, Sergei Tirgarten Berlin, shortly before the fall of the Third Reich. Inspector Luttwitz is investigating series of murders, bodies being discovered in Tiergarten park. In parts occupied by the Red Army inspector Komarovsky deals with similar crimes.
New Fiction. Published 2018. Price: £15.50

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