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Irina Reyn

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Irina Reyn is the author of the forthcoming novel MOTHER COUNTRY. She is also the author of THE IMPERIAL WIFE and WHAT HAPPENED TO ANNA K.
She loves to hear from readers. Check out her website www.irinareyn.com.
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What Happened to Anna K.

3.18 avg rating — 1,077 ratings — published 2008 — 15 editions
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The Imperial Wife

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Mother Country

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“For God's sake, even her parents no longer read Dostoyevsky--haven't they suffered enough, they would say; after thirty years of communism, didn't they DESERVE Danielle Steele?”
Irina Reyn, What Happened to Anna K.

“You know why they call it the Garden State, don't you? It's like the Garden of Eden-- everyone is from there originally, but no one you meet actually lives there anymore.”
Irina Reyn, Living on the Edge of the World: New Jersey Writers Take On the Garden State

“Larissa grew quiet, her skin burnished with a rosy glow. Through childhood, she had been the easiest of children, clingy and shy, but eager to please Nadia. The former was just now shedding but a difficult age was looming, when you could visibly see the closing of the gates, your child's mind shutting itself off from you growing impenetrable. Just in the last few months, Nadia watched a new, defiant personality that was pushing against the safe borders carefully crafted for her.”
Irina Reyn, Mother Country

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