The Morozov Inheritance
Winner Best Fiction, 2011 Local Writer’s Word Festival, Sydney.
“… one of the best stories I have read in a long time.” – J D Briggs, Literary Consultant, Melbourne.
“Well-written, historically interesting, and an exciting story-line.” – R Darroch, Journalist.
A banker’s throat is cut in the driveway of his Sydney home, triggering a chain of events that had been set into motion one hundred years earlier on the other side of the world.
In Moscow at the turn of the twentieth century, Senior Investigator Maksim Rysakov is investigating the brutal murders of young women by a clever and psychopathic serial killer. From each victim, the murderer takes a gruesome trophy. The only clue is “a man who walks like a wolf.”
Two World Wars and a Cold War later, The Morozov Inheritance is about to reach its devastating conclusion.