Moscow (Москва́) is the capital and the largest city of Russia, with 12.2 million residents within the city limits and 16.8 million within the urban area. Moscow has the status of a federal city in Russia.

The Master and Margarita
A Gentleman in Moscow
Three Stations (Arkady Renko, #7)
Night Watch (Watch #1)
War and Peace
Gorky Park (Arkady Renko, #1)
The Secret History of Moscow
The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin
Red Square (Arkady Renko, #3)
Dog Boy
Anna Karenina
Heart of a Dog
Eugene Onegin
Stalin's Ghost (Arkady Renko, #6)
Anastasia by Carolyn MeyerThe Lost Crown by Sarah  MillerThe Kitchen Boy by Robert AlexanderThe Tsarina's Daughter by Carolly EricksonThe Romanov Conspiracy by Glenn Meade
Fiction featuring the Romanov Family
50 books — 76 voters
Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. MassieThe Gulag Archipelago 1918–1956 by Aleksandr SolzhenitsynCatherine the Great by Robert K. MassiePeter the Great by Robert K. MassieA People's Tragedy by Orlando Figes
Best Russian History Books
446 books — 340 voters

Moscow Mule by Shayne SilversA Gentleman in Moscow by Amor TowlesMoscow to the End of the Line by Venedikt ErofeevMoscow 2042 by Vladimir VoinovichThe Moscow Deception by Karen Robards
Moscow in the Title
72 books — 9 voters
Red Notice by Bill BrowderThe Man Without a Face by Masha GessenThe Future Is History by Masha GessenThe Great Terror by Robert ConquestOne Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Books about Russia
101 books — 58 voters

The Turnip by Harriet ZiefertAnastasia by Maggie BlackwellThe Golden Cockerel by Elaine PoganyPrincess Anastasia by Jan CarrMishmash by Korney Chukovsky
Russia: children's books (part 2)
102 books — 3 voters
The Endless Steppe by Esther HautzigBaboushka and the Three Kings by Ruth RobbinsThe Tale of Tsar Saltan by Alexander PushkinThe Fool of the World and the Flying Ship by Arthur RansomeThe Kitchen Boy by Robert Alexander
Tour of Russia
87 books — 19 voters

Sana Krasikov
Their courtship unfolded in two settings, a Russian reality overlaid with New York memories
Sana Krasikov

Douglas Wilson
What actually happened was this. Over the last twenty years, we have delighted in our children, and have had many of them. We don’t shuttle them off to day care or leave them with professional care providers. And we homeschool them or have them in schools which encourage direct parental involvement. Our families are tight. We have had many children because we love them, despite hostile stares or comments from those outside our community. To quote a comment made to my wife on the street years ago ...more
Douglas Wilson, Apologetics in the Void: Hometown Hurly-Burly

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