In the Clutches of Justice
A gripping true story of an American citizen lured from his home in Cyprus to Moscow by the Russians only to be handed over and arrested by American authorities on charges of allegedly kidnapping his own daughter.
Circus, Just Circus!
A colorful autobiography of life in the Soviet circus. The Schwarzman
family has over 200 years of circus life experience and have contributed
some of the leading circus talent, actors, acrobats, clowns and
magicians. An adventure born behind the scenes of the circus.
Storms and Khamsins of My Life
The author describes Babel’s Odessa in the post-revolutionary days
through the eyes of a twelve-year old girl, pre-war Leningrad through
the eyes of a young and ardent Communist activist...
Danger and Fraud
In this biographical presentation of the world of medicine in the Soviet
Union, Europe and the U.S., Dr. Lerner presents many interesting cases
where doctors were inclined to overlook...
I am a Kid from a Jewish Shtetl
Without gloss and pretension through the eyes of a thirteen-year old
boy, Ilya Okh presents the panorama of the pre-war events of Jewish
life in an Ukrainian shtetl and the life of Jewish kids...
Notes of an Antiques Swindler
Mogilevsky presents the reader with the world of collectors, swindlers,
thieves and that of Soviet prisoners.The book presents very valuable
information that defines the fringes of the Soviet intellectuals...
Life and Emigration: Notes of a Medical Dynasty
A very interesting story of three generations of a Jewish family that
received their education and successfully practiced medicine on three continents.
Book for Granddaughters
In her second volume of memoirs Svetlana Alliluyeva, Stalin's
daughter, describes her disenchantment with her life in the United States,
her journey to England and the eventual enticement back to her family in
the USSR, and second escape back to the U.S..
My Sister Kaissa
This is the first memoirs of the prominent Soviet personality and World Chess Champion that decided to utilize the Glasnost and present his personal and professional memoirs in a new light which will surprise readers.
During the period of Perestroika Korotich was a pivotal person in implementing Glasnost as no other person in the USSR. As the Editor
of the most influential magazine Ogonyok, he became bearer of the new age in Soviet politics.
For the first time, Stalin's daughter describes in most revealing and painful details her travails of seventeen years in the US.
The Unpoisoned Word
In searching for the motives for his assassination, The Unpoisoned Word presents a collection of letters and articles written by Alexander Litvinenko in the last year of his life.
George H. Walker Bush
The autobiography of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, written during his term as Vice President.
The Track of My Life
An autobiographical story of a young girl caught in the whirlwind of WWII in Minsk.
Over Years, Over Distances
A sincere and intimate reflection of a young woman growing up in Leningrad during the post-war years. Ignatyeva describes her emigration and adaptation to American life.