The White Russian

A Novel of Paris by Vanora Bennett

  • Published: Sep 03, 2020

An enchanting, suspenseful novel of love, art, music, and family secrets set among the Russian émigré community of Paris in 1937 The White Russian by Vanora Bennett begins as Evie, a rebellious young American, leaves New York in search of art and adventure... read more

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Details of The White Russian

Exact title of the book
The White Russian
Book author
Vanora Bennett
ISBN
9781466892149
Publisher
St. Martin's Publishing Group
Published
Feb 07, 2017
Language
English
Format
PDF, FB2, EPUB, MOBI
File size (in PDF)
3312 kB

Some brief overview of book

An enchanting, suspenseful novel of love, art, music, and family secrets set among the Russian émigré community of Paris in 1937 The White Russian by Vanora Bennett begins as Evie, a rebellious young American, leaves New York in search of art and adventure in Jazz Age Paris, home to her long-estranged bohemian grandmother. But just as Evie arrives, her grandmother becomes very ill. Before she dies, she compels Evie to carry out her final wish find a man from her past known only as Zhenya.

The quest leads Evie deep into the heart of the Russian émigré community of Paris. With the world on the brink of war, she becomes embroiled in murder plots, conspiracies, and illicit love affairs as White Russian faces Red Russian, and nothing is as it seems. When Evie meets Jean, a liberal Russian refugee connected to her grandmothers circle, she thinks she has finally found the passion and excitement shes yearned for all her life.

But is she any nearer to discovering the identity of the mysterious Zhenya or to uncovering the heartbreak of her grandmothers past?

About author

Bennett studied Russian at Oxford University and in the USSR. She began her career as a journalist at Reuters and went on to serve as the Moscow correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, winning a U. S.

Overseas Press Club award for her writing on Russia. She now lives in Britain and has won the Orwell Prize for political writing for her work at The Times (UK). She is the author of several novels, including Portrait of an Unknown Woman and Midnight in St.

Petersburg, as well as books of nonfiction.

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