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Beverly Hills Book Awards Finalist in Historical Fiction Who is to Blame? is a historical saga of two families—one born of noble heritage and the other bound as serfs to the noble's household....

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Original Title
Who Is to Blame? A Russian Riddle
ISBN13
9781632991041
Edition Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
301 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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Beverly Hills Book Awards Finalist in Historical Fiction Who is to Blame? is a historical saga of two families—one born of noble heritage and the other bound as serfs to the noble's household. Set during the mid-1800s in the vast grainfields of Russia, Who Is to Blame? follows the lives of two star-crossed serfs, Elizaveta and Feodor, torn apart by their own families and th Beverly Hills Book Awards Finalist in Historical Fiction Who is to Blame? is a historical saga of two families—one born of noble heritage and the other bound as serfs to the noble's household. Set during the mid-1800s in the vast grainfields of Russia, Who Is to Blame? follows the lives of two star-crossed serfs, Elizaveta and Feodor, torn apart by their own families and the Church while simultaneously trapped in the inhumane life of poverty to which they were born.

At the other end of the spectrum, Count Maximov and his family struggle to maintain harmony amidst a tapestry of deception and debauchery woven by the Count's son. The plot twists further when the Tsar emancipates twenty million serfs from bondage as the rural gentry's life of privilege and carelessness takes its final bow, and much of Russia's nobility faces possible financial ruin. The novel's riddles flow subtly throughout, spurring readers to ponder where the blame actually lies.

In the end, we must tap into our own hearts to navigate the depths and quandaries of the author's perplexing question


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