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TERRORS 

BREAD & CIRCUSES 

BLACK CABINETS 

is Book 2 of 

COLD WAR, HOT PASSIONS 

the epic saga of ten intertwined Russian and American families who live and die by their love of liberty and the searing passions their fight for freedom arouses in war and peace. 


Those impassioned young Russian revolutionaries are now the patriarchs of three families whose generations are enfolded in the sweep of humans and inhumans, inquisitors and victims, that tell the story of the KGB—which is the story of Russia in the Twentieth Century—from the day Lenin created it as the Cheka in the Smolny Convent: the Extraordinary Commission from the beginning and from the inside, motivated by its own imperatives of fear and fanaticism, through the murders of whole classes, the massacres of kulaks, the betrayals of friends and family, the show trials of colleagues, as the trusted special secret executives of Stalin’s will as he gathers the powers of life and death, food and starvation, torture and sanity into his own deformed hands. 


While on the other side of the world a slumbering giant awoke slowly to a threat, not of a Russian bear stirring, but of German tanks rumbling… 



TERRORS 

BREAD & CIRCUSES 

BLACK CABINETS 

Book 2 of 

COLD WAR, HOT PASSIONS 


“Wild but exciting. A grand job with plenty of irony.” 

New York Times  

“So bizarre, it’s probably all true.” 
London Evening News


This is an important book.” 

Sydney Morning Herald 


“Keeps up such a pace and such interest that it really satisfies.” 

Good Housekeeping 


“A masterly story that has pace, humor, tension and excitement with the bonus of truth.” 

The Australian 


“Jute has clearly conducted a great deal of research into everything he describes, investing the novel with an air of prophecy. His moral and ecological concerns are important.” 

Times Literary Supplement 

GENRE
Belletristik und Literatur
ERSCHIENEN
2013
6. Dezember
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
UMFANG
344
Seiten
VERLAG
CoolMain Press
GRÖSSE
3.1
 MB

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