- Author:Michael Cumpsty,Donald James
- Publisher:Random House Audio; Abridged edition (July 29, 1997)
- Subcategory:Thrillers & Suspense
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The new Russia, 2015: Nationalist forces have finally defeated the Anarchist rebels, but it is an uneasy peace.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Provincial police inspector Constantin Vadim is plucked from backwater Murmansk to head up a murder investigation in the decaying.
Michael Cumpsty (born 28 February 1960) is a British actor. He has been acting since childhood. He has worked extensively performing Shakespeare, as well as both musicals and dramas on Broadway. He also performs in films and on television
Michael Cumpsty (born 28 February 1960) is a British actor. He also performs in films and on television. Cumpsty was born in Wakefield, West Riding of Yorkshire, and moved to South Africa with his family when he was 9. Cumpsty attended Haileybury College in Hertfordshire and received a Bachelor of Arts in English from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1982.
Used availability for Donald James's Monstrum. August 1999 : USA Hardback.
com User, December 9, 2000. This book was such a pleasant surprise that I couldn't let go of it for weeks after I read it - and ended up going back to it at least twice since then. Donald James creates an entirely believable landscape in 2015 Moscow, and tells the possible story of the country through the eyes of his characters.
This book is so full of twists that you start to realise that Donald James must have met Russian police/Militia officers who had stories from the soviet era and the politicians of the day and their nasty little hobbies. I found that Vadim (main character) sums up the stoic mentalty of police officers across the world who have their hands tied officially in red tape.
In the suspenseful tradition of Gorky Park and Fatherland, Donald James's Monstrum is a political thriller that also . Replete with vivid characters and an audacious, unforgettable plot, Monstrum is the sort of thriller that redefines the genre.
In the suspenseful tradition of Gorky Park and Fatherland, Donald James's Monstrum is a political thriller that also features a hunt for a brutal murderer. And, in Inspector Vadim, James has created a cynical but all-too-human hero, who navigates across a Russian terrain at once familiar and frighteningly new. Vadim unwittingly discovers governmental intrigue and conspiratorial deceptions so terrible they threaten to undermine the revamped Russia.
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Cumpsty: Oh I loved him; and my impression was supported because he had very recently worked with a director . Cumpsty: Honestly, we were blessed to have the opportunity to go to Hartford for four weeks and learn the rhythms with each other
Cumpsty: Oh I loved him; and my impression was supported because he had very recently worked with a director, and after the director said to me ‘he’s fantastic and he can turn on a dime. He’s a great person to play against-we are literally like juggling with each other. The scene I look forward to playing in with him the most each night is: Crane: There are so many. Maybe the first one about the picture of the soldier. Cumpsty: Honestly, we were blessed to have the opportunity to go to Hartford for four weeks and learn the rhythms with each other. That process of finding the groove in front of an audience was frankly horrifying to begin with then really thrilling.