This isn’t about wine – it’s about something to read… while drinking wine.
An accidental shooting, a teenager’s death, and the resulting trial lead to some astounding results. Alexandr Bazenov only wanted to protect his property from thieves. Instead, his murder trial raises questions from Russian law students on the bias of the judge, laws concerning private property, and the realization that there might be a deeper agenda – one that concerns all citizens.
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“Fabulous and enthralling from start to finish! Alexandr Bazenov only wanted to protect his property from thieves. Instead, his murder trial raises questions on the bias of the judge, private property, and a deeper agenda.” —International Review of Books
“I liked this novel a lot. Truly shocking! The author did a good job writing it with a cold (dispassionate) tone. It felt almost as if he was reporting it. The story was fascinating. Excellent for book clubs or anyone interested in law!” —International Review of Books
“Great writing! A really great story wonderfully put together. Intense!” —J. Langstaff
“Will leave you shocked and chilled by the verdict! A growing horror. (As Churchill said of Russia: ‘A riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.’)” —REM
“A tightly written courtroom drama that pits the rights of the individual against the Russian legal system. Bravo!” —Tony Aspler
Frank Daley writes fiction and nonfiction (Self-Knowledge) in Southern Ontario.