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Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith
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Oct 09, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: favorites, recommended, russian-history
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Child 44 is one of those books that only come along once in awhile and when it does it makes you exclaim out loud. This novel draws you into the story, the characters are very well drawn and the plot is excellent, one of those book that you just cant put down, I loved this thriller/murder mystery book, it is set in the Soviet Union during Stalin's rule and is loosely based on real life killer Andrei Chikatilo and follows the story through the eyes of Leo Dimidov, the government agent who is trying to solve the murders committed by Andrei Chikatilo. Its a book not for the faint hearted but a real page turner.
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