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Published (first published 1978)
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May 19, 2016 Philip S rated it did not like it
Each chapter starts a new protagonist. Each chapter ends with the death of the character that was being developed. About twenty chapters, about twenty dead protagonists. That's all I remember about this book.
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Irving Greenfield was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was a youthful runaway, a merchant seaman, and a soldier during the Korean War, afer which his writing talent burst into print. His novel, The Ancient of Days, was a best-seller for six weeks and Tagget was made into a film for TV. his work has appeared in a variety of media, but, of all his works, Only the Dead Speak Russian is his masterpiece. ...more
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