Mickey Russian's Brother

by Martin Starkand


Formats

Softcover
$33.95
Hardcover
$45.95
E-Book
$14.95
Softcover
$33.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 28/08/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 408
ISBN : 9781436339094
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 408
ISBN : 9781436339100
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 408
ISBN : 9781462824854

About the Book

This is the saga of the Roshensky family. Jacov, the father, is a prosperous jeweler who, in his youth, was a Marxist rebel in tsarist Russia and still possesses the heart of an idealist. Mikhail, Jacov’s oldest son, is brilliant, handsome, and fearless; he is drawn to the underside of life and becomes a notorious professional gambler known as Mickey Russian. Bobby, the youngest Roshensky, dazzled by his older brother’s lifestyle, finds himself entangled in the violent world Mickey lords over.

Their tale journeys through the Spanish Civil War, Nazi Germany, betrayal, murder, revenge, and the landing at Normandy on June 6, 1944.


Please visit www.martinstarkand.com and www.MICKEYRUSSIANSBROTHER.com for more information.

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BOOK REVIEWS:

"Vivid and intriguing, Mickey Russian's Brother is a compelling novel."

Martin Richards
Tony Award and Golden Globe and Academy Award winner for Chicago



"The Book is an unusual amalgam of several genres, part gangster novel, part war story, part thriller. It is well written and often quite funny."

Kirkus Discoveries


About the Author

Before he became a writer, Martin Starkand was a professional actor, singer, and variety performer. He has appeared in a number of films such as Serpico, The French Connection, The Next Man, and Dog Day Afternoon, to name a few. Early in his career, he performed as a comic/singer in nightclubs, resorts, hotels, and on several luxury liners that cruised to Europe, the Caribbean, and Central America. Last year he put the finishing touches to a romantic satire entitled Princess Yellow Rose, and is currently writing a sequel to Mickey Russian’s Brother.