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by Bartle Bull
Bull's new erotic swashbuckler revisits Count Alexander Karlov, the dashing and sensual young Russian hero from Shanghai Station. Picking up the action four years later in the Paris of 1922, we find Alexander, now 22, searching for his twin sister, Katia, who at age 17 was raped and kidnapped from the Trans-Siberian train by the Karlovs' bitter enemy, Soviet Commissar Vikt ...more
Paperback, 442 pages
Published April 20th 2007 by Da Capo Press
(first published April 18th 2006)
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This is the follow-up book to Shanghai Surprise, a book I liked a lot. This book started off good, but I became disillusioned with it by the middle and only finished it to find out what happened to the charactors I grew to love and hate from the first book. This book was a repeating cycle of: lots of drinking, hero has sex with exotic lady, drinking, villian murders someone, hero has more sex, villian murders or rapes someone, drinking... and on and on.