Swan Song: Froggy-Can
T.J. Binyon
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Swan Song: Froggy-Can

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1970s Moscow. Vanya Morozov is a teacher of English Literature. Not a party member, he views life and politics with a detached irony, and his main aim is to lead a quiet life. That is until his past starts to catch up with him. Twelve years earlier he and three other students spent an intense summer in the country. Since then their paths diverged - Tanya became a passionat...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published November 1st 1985 by Tor Books (first published July 1st 1984)
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Timothy John Binyon was an English scholar and crime writer. He was a distant relative of the poet, Laurence Binyon.

T.J. Binyon was born in Leeds, where his father was a university lecturer. When, aged 18, he was doing National Service, he was assigned to the Joint Services School for Linguists in Bodmin, Cornwall, to learn Russian. There, in 1954, the young soldiers, among them Alan Bennett, Mich...more
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