Death on the Trans-Siberian Express

Death on the Trans-Siberian Express

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction, Crime, Thrillers & True Crime, Crime & Thrillers
Hardback Published on: 25/11/2021
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Death on the Trans-Siberian Express
Death in frozen Siberia ….
Welcome to Roslanzny, Olga Puskin’s hometown, covered in the Siberian winter and an apparently sleepy and totally undisturbed place. Olga’s life is turned ... READ MORE
Emine at Bromley


Welcome to Roslazny - a sleepy Russian town where intrigue and murder combine to disturb the icy silence... Olga Pushkin, Railway Engineer (Third Class) and would-be bestselling author, spends her days in a little rail-side hut with only Dmitri the hedgehog for company. While tourists and travellers clatter by on the Trans-Siberian Express, Olga dreams of studying literature at Tomsk State University - the Oxford of West Siberia - and escaping the sleepy, snow-clad village of Roslazny. But Roslazny doesn't stay sleepy for long. Poison-pen letters, a small-town crime wave, and persistent rumours of a Baba Yaga - a murderous witch hiding in the frozen depths of the Russian taiga - combine to disturb the icy silence. And one day Olga arrives at her hut only to be knocked unconscious by a man falling from the Trans-Siberian, an American tourist with his throat cut from ear to ear and his mouth stuffed with 10-ruble coins. Another death soon follows, and Sergeant Vassily Marushkin, the brooding, enigmatic policeman who takes on the case, finds himself falsely imprisoned by his Machiavellian superior, Chief-Inspector Babikov. Olga resolves to help Vassily by proving his innocence. But with no leads to follow and time running out, has Olga bitten off more than she can chew?

  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • ISBN: 9781472133137
  • Number of pages: 336
  • Weight: 560g
  • Dimensions: 236 x 158 x 36 mm

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Death on the Trans-Siberian Express
This is a great book. Olga is a very interesting character. It was a very interesting setting for the book. It has a nice plot and a large cast of characte... READ MORE
Piper Paterson
Death on the Trans-Siberian Express
Hoping this is a new series...
Thank you to the publishers for this review copy, I was won over from the cover and title alone. Great characters, cosy crime feel, loved the setting - sle... READ MORE
Fiona Sharp
Death on the Trans-Siberian Express
Death on the Trans-Siberian Railway
The book is about a lady called Olga who is unhappy with her life being a railway engineer something she was pushed into by her father. Life at home is ve... READ MORE
Monica Hanna