Siberian Light by Robin White
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Siberian Light is a thriller set in Siberia as corrupt capitalism replaces corrupt communism. The protagonist is a former geologist who is now the mayor of a Siberian city. When he is called upon to investigate the death of a shady "bizness man," he must use all the resources he can muster, including his expertise in the exotic geology of the remote Siberian landscape. Played out on a broad and unfamiliar territory, the novel moves back and forth from a small Siberian city to the great Tungunska oil fields and to the Taiga forest where the endangered Siberian tiger is slowly disappearing. As the novel opens, a shady Russian businessman has been killed in the Siberian oil town of Markovo. Gregori Nowek, the mayor of the city, begins an investigation at the behest of a Moscow bigwig, only to learn that a KGB retread, Kaznin, has taken charge of the open-and-shut case--to protect the real killers who work for his "Nomenklatura" bosses. They frame a beautiful Russian-American woman, a tiger researcher, for the murders, though Nowek has discovered evidence that points to foreign involvement, leading to the Russo-American venture. Only Nowek, a man who has given up hope in law and in the future, can save her, and by doing so find a way to restore faith and hope again. Rincian Informasi Novel Judul Siberian Light Penulis: Robin White Bahasa: INGGRIS Kulit Muka: Soft Cover Tebal: 442 Halaman Berat Buku: 255 gram Penerbit: Penguin Books Tahun: 1998 Cetakan ke 1 Harga Buku: Rp. 32.000,- Kondisi: Cukup Bagus (Buku Bekas/ORIGINAL/Kondisi fisik sesuai foto) Kertas halaman kecoklatan. LIHAT FOTO

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