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All The World's A Stage: Erast Fandorin 11

Boris Akunin

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Crime & mystery, Historical mysteries, Fiction in translation

Erast Fandorin - 'A popular hero to equal Sherlock Holmes and James Bond' (The Times)' - returns in the penultimate installment of the hugely popular historical mystery series.

Eliza Altairsky-Lointaine is the toast of Moscow society, a beautiful actress in an infamous theatre troupe. The estranged wife of a descendant of Genghis Khan, her love life is as colourful as the parts she plays: her ex-husband has threatened to kill anyone who courts her.

He appears to be making good on his promise.

Fandorin is contacted by concerned friend - the widowed wife of Chekhov - who asks him to investigate an alarming incident involving Eliza. But when he watches Eliza on stage for the first time, he falls desperately in love . . . Can he solve the case - and win over Eliza - without attracting the attentions of the murderer he is trying to find?

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Praise for All The World's A Stage: Erast Fandorin 11

  • Akunin is a sensation. He has created a popular hero to equal Sherlock Holmes and James Bond . . . Akunin's finest creation and the star of his titles is Erast Fandorin - genius, gentleman, polyglot, kickboxer, and all-round inordinately lucky bloke - THE TIMES

  • Erast Petrovich Fandorin is a man with lightning-fast reactions, a probing analytical mind and a great arsenal of concealed weaponry . . . there is plenty of the stuff you want from detective fiction . . . Akunin is a fine novelist as well - DAILY TELEGRAPH

  • A winning combination of crime fiction and adventure story, as if Flashman were frisking through a tale by Dostoevsky - INDEPENDENT on THE DEATH OF ACHILLES

  • The most playful, ingenious historical thriller series in modern publishing - GUARDIAN

  • Akunin's work is gloriously tongue-in-cheek but seriously edge-of-your-seat at the same time - DAILY EXPRESS

  • Akunin is a sensation. He has created a popular hero to equal Sherlock Holmes and James Bond - THE TIMES

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Boris Akunin

BORIS AKUNIN is the pseudonym of Grigory Chkhartishvili.
He has been compared to Gogol, Tolstoy and Arthur Conan Doyle, and his Erast Fandorin books have sold over eighteen million copies in Russia alone.
He lives in London.