Black Knight in Red Square
by Kaminsky, Stuart M.

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Black Knight in Red Square ***Limited Edition / Signed Copy / Edgar Award Nominee***Black Knight in Red Square ***Limited Edition / Signed Copy / Edgar Award Nominee*** (Hard Cover in Slipcase)
Pub. Date: 1992
Publisher: Armchair Detective Library
Price: $77.00
Seller: Murder By The Book, Cranston, RI, USA
Description: Limited Edition. Signed by Author
Condition: Fine
Notes: 1st hdcvr ed. [Originally published in paperback by Berkley in 1983]. Fine, unread copy in slipcase w/o dj as issued. LIMITED EDITION, One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED by Kaminsky, with a new intro by him. 2nd Rostnikov title. Bound in burgundy cloth without dust wrapper as issued in matching burgundy slipcase, gilt stamping to front board and spine, pencil sketch of the author by Carolyn Hartman at front board. An EDGAR AWARD NOMINEE in 1985 for Best Paperback Original. "The Moscow Film Festival is in town, and the elite artists of the East and West have convened at the legendary Metropole Hotel to drink, gossip, and flirt. But the party is about to come crashing down. Four men-one American, one Japanese, and two Russians-will all be dead by morning, poisoned. To keep the killings under wraps, the Kremlin hands the investigation over to the famously discreet police investigator Porfiry Rostnikov. A hard-boiled cop with more than three decades' experience navigating the deadly jungle of the Soviet bureaucracy, Rostnikov is about to find himself both in the international spotlight and in the crosshairs of a terrorist, who is targeting foreigners to embarrass the Soviet state and will happily sacrifice any Russian who gets in the way.

More About Black Knight in Red Square by Kaminsky, Stuart M.

The Moscow Film Festival may lack Cannes' boats, bikinis, and gentle breezes, but it has nevertheless attracted scores of international actors, directors, and deal-makers. For some, the festival represents Moscow's re-emergence as a world-class city. But for a gang of zealots headed by a beautiful brunette, the festival represents a target, and they have been attacking the film people with frightening efficiency. Desperate to avoid embarrassment, the Kremlin is trying to cover up the killings. And desperate to stop the killers, the KGB has put Inspector Rostnikov on the case.

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  • PID: 16290083078
  • ISBN-13: 9781562870362
  • Publisher: Armchair Detective Library
  • Seller: Mystery Cove Book Shop
    Condition: One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, as new in slipcase (issued without dust jacket). First hardcover edition
    Notes: 156287036X The second Porfiry Rostnikov mystery, originally a 1984 paperback. New introduction by the author.