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Till Kingdom Come by Andrej Nikolaidis
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Till Kingdom Come (edition 2016)

by Andrej Nikolaidis (Author), Will Firth (Translator)

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Title:Till Kingdom Come
Authors:Andrej Nikolaidis (Author)
Other authors:Will Firth (Translator)
Info:Istros Books (2016), 160 pages
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A cynical local reporter discovers that the grandmother who brought him up is actually not his blood relative. Suddenly, the past he has called his own turns out to be a complete fabrication; from the stories of his parents? lives to the photos in the family albums. His real family, he soon discovers, are much stranger than fiction. What links the woman who gave birth to him to the murderous past of the Yugoslav Secret Services and the suppression of political opponents abroad?.… (more)

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