by Westhouse .
Written in English
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A novella and a collection of short stories, Sonechka tells the story of a young Russian woman who is physically unattractive, with a deep passion for books. In her late twenties, she meets an artist named Robert, a member of the intelligentsia, who proposes to her. Living a fulfilling life, she moves around Moscow with her husband and later Author: Varia Fedko-Blake. Conan (books) The Conan books are sword and sorcery fantasies featuring the character of Conan the Cimmerian originally created by Robert E. Howard. Written by numerous authors and issued by numerous publishers, they include both novels and short stories, the latter assembled in various combinations over the years by the several publishers. Author Ian Fleming released Casino Royale, the first novel in what would be the James Bond book series in April The title’s initial run was a big success with British publishers Jonathan Cape printing more than 4, copies. Casino Royale sold out in a matter of a few months, Author: Rudie Obias. In a twist of fate, Trump visits Russia to embark on an extraordinary adventure that will shape the rest of his life. Lockwood's final novel arrived in , titled The Last President.
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