Ulitsa 32

Ulitsa 32 : The Assassins

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A wild ride from beginning to end, Owen Dimock's taut thriller follows Serge Khobot as he slowly awakens to what really matters in life-even as he's fighting to survive as one of Stalin's deadliest henchmen in a post-World War II world. A senior inspector of the Soviet secret police, or NKGB, Serge is used to being on his own-in fact, it's the way he prefers it. But a trip to Paris to learn the inner workings of the embassy, under the guise of assassinating a British mole, proves unexpectedly fortuitous. There he meets Julia, an interpreter for the embassy, who unwittingly helps Serge begin a journey toward a true awakening of his consciousness. Soon Serge is called in for his biggest mission yet: investigate the suspected presence of a traitor within the NKGB itself. At the conclusion of the assignment, however, he realizes that the shots are now being called by a man who is maneuvering himself to be next in line after Stalin's inevitable death. As Serge struggles to find a way to stop this would-be dictator, he can't help but wonder: good versus evil, moral versus immoral-doesn't it all depend on what side you're on?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 298 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.27mm | 517.09g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507634897
  • 9781507634899

About Owen D Dimock

Owen Dimock graduated with a bachelor's degree from the University of Southern California before going on to earn his DDS degree from Georgetown University in 1961. In addition to working for forty years at a dental practice in Silicon Valley, he spent fifteen years consulting with an educational group begun at Stanford University.show more