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Wilson, John.
Toronto : KCP Fiction, 2005
ISBN 1553377044
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Itís December 25, 2004. Constable Sergei Illyich Andropov, 70 years-old, cold and tired has been called to a construction site because two bodies have been found in the cellar of an old building in Volgograd. They turn out to be something other than the gangland murders that he expected. Sergei is forced to relive a time 62 years in the past when the Germans had laid siege to Stalingrad. His hero was sniper Yelena Pavlova. Four Steps to Death tells the story of the Siege of Stalingrade from both the Russian and German point of view, as Sergei seeks to identify the bodies frozen in the basement.   (New Hampshire Isinglass Award Nominee, 2008-2009)
SUBJECTS:     Stalingrad, Battle of, 1942-1943 -- Fiction.
                        World War, 1939-1945 -- Soviet Union -- Fiction.
                        Soviet Union -- History -- German occupation, 1941-1944 -- Fiction.
                        Historical fiction.        
                        War -- Fiction.

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