Levitt has deeply immersed himself in the double binds and faint allegiances of the Stalin era. His first novel, Stalin’s Barber, reviewed here a year or more ago, was a masterful historical jaunt across the Soviet empire on the coattails of an itinerant barber. This second book is darker yet no less compelling.
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