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Steel Barons By Alex Frishberg
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Set in free-wheeling and semi-lawless Kiev in mid-1990's, The Steel Barons is the story of thirty-year-old American lawyer Jack Parker, who gets stranded in Ukraine, where he is befriended by Sergei,... More > a black marketeer. With a loan from Sergei, Jack opens a law office and transforms himself from a naive American to a steel baron, with a personal army of ex-KGB mercenaries. Even Lena, Jack's new girlfriend, worries about his growing involvement in the criminal world. When his partner is murdered, Jack is given a choice: sell his interests to a competing steel company or die.< Less
A Foreigner's Guide to Ukrainian Women and other stories By Alex Frishberg
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“A Foreigner's Guide to Ukrainian Women” is a collection of four stories about love and life of Ukrainian people. The first story is about Johnny, a young American who accidentally meets... More > Olga. She gives Johnny everything he ever dreamed of, which leads to his spectacular downfall. This is a valuable lesson for all foreign guys who are looking for young and beautiful Ukrainian women: be careful what you wish for!< Less
Art Collection (1980-2015) By Alex Frishberg
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Once I learned how to hold a paint brush, I never stopped doodling nonsensical sketches on scratch paper. A few rough drawings, and a week later the image in my head would miraculously appear on a... More > large canvas. It was quite a thrill when I was young (still is, but to a lesser degree). And so I continued to paint my odd impressions of life on large canvases, no matter where I lived (and I’ve lived in quite a few places). Each new city brought fresh experiences, and since I was relatively young (and quite impressionable), I took every opportunity to learn, absorb and create. Best of all, I was in complete control of the entire process, from creating the image on paper to spilling it onto an empty, white canvas, just as I envisioned it.< Less