Rostnikov s Vacation Inspector Rostnikov is vacationing by the seashore tending to his recuperating wife and reading American crime novels when a vacationing fellow officer meets with a mysterious demise Suddenly Rostn

  • Title: Rostnikov's Vacation
  • Author: Stuart M. Kaminsky
  • ISBN: 9780684190228
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Inspector Rostnikov is vacationing by the seashore, tending to his recuperating wife and reading American crime novels, when a vacationing fellow officer meets with a mysterious demise Suddenly, Rostnikov is back at work and on the trail of a murderer whose footsteps may lead straight to the heart of the Kremlin.

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    About “Stuart M. Kaminsky

    1. Stuart M. Kaminsky says:

      Received the Shamus Award, The Eye Lifetime achievment award in 2007.Stuart M Kaminsky is author of 50 published novels, 5 biographies, 4 textbooks and 35 short stories He also has screenwriting credits on four produced films including ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA, ENEMY TERRITORY, A WOMAN IN THE WIND and HIDDEN FEARS He is a past president of the Mystery Writers of America and has been nominated for six prestigious Edgar Allen Poe Awards including one for his short story Snow in 1999 He won an Edgar for his novel A COLD RED SUNRISE, which was also awarded the Prix De Roman D Aventure of France He has been nominated for both a Shamus Award and a McCavity Readers Choice Award.Kaminsky writes several popular series including those featuring Lew Fonesca, Abraham Lieberman, Inspector Porfiry Petrovich Rostnikov, and Toby Peters He has also written two original Rockford Files novels He is the 50th annual recipient of the Grandmaster 2006 for Lifetime Achievement from the Mystery Writers of America His nonfiction books including BASIC FILMMAKING, WRITING FOR TELEVISION, AMERICAN FILM GENRES, and biographies of GARY COOPER, CLINT EASTWOOD, JOHN HUSTON and DON SIEGEL BEHIND THE MYSTERY was published by Hot House Press in 2005, and nominated by Mystery Writers of America for Best Critical Biographical book in 2006 Kaminsky holds a B.S in Journalism and an M.A in English from The University of Illinois and a Ph.D in Speech from Northwestern University where he taught for 16 years before becoming a Professor at Florida State where he headed the Graduate Conservatory in Film and Television Production He left Florida State in 1994 to pursue full time writing Japanese

    2 thoughts on “Rostnikov's Vacation

    1. A little Russian history and understanding of modern day Russia just goes along with these novels. Russian names are a problem but the plots are good enough to make these books worthwhile

    2. Excellent story line. Good growth of characters. A coming together of underlying subplots beginning with book 1 in series.

    3. Events have lead us to the Rostnikov I had meet in the previous titles I had read before I began this run through the entire series. A man a little world weary, nowhere near as cynical as the previous tales, and dedicated to seeking justice. Not enforcing the law, but obtaining justice in all the small ways he can.With his wife Sara recovering from neurosurgery Rostnikov has been ordered on vacation. As always a vacation in Russia as the start of glasnost is more than a vacation. The death of a [...]

    4. The main character of this Russian detective story, Porfiry Rostnikov is mandated to go on vacation to the Black Sea. This is the seventh in a series of wonderful novels by Stuart Kaminsky. The stories follow Rostnikov and his investigators, Sasha Tkach and Emil Karpo in their work and home lives.

    5. There was a time I much preferred Stuart Kaminsky to Martin Cruz Smith. Its been a long time since i Read a Kaminsky and I recently read a Smith. Smith definitely got better. I hope Kaminsky stayed good.

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