Turkish March is debut book of Abo Iashagashvili. It is a historical action novel describing events and adventures taking place in XIX century Tbilisi. It is a detective-like novel in which you can hear the sounds of that epoch’s Tbilisi streets and different areas and chronicles come alive. The novel is partially based on actual events and some of the characters have real prototypes. What can bond the first wife of Persian Shah and the consular Reza Han - an addicted collector of musical jewel boxes? Or what can be common between Vice Governor Chaikovski, who is fond of night walks through Tiflis, and Giorgi Vakhvakhov, a former student of Paris and Berlin Universities, who secretly translates works of Stevenson and Kipling? Actually nothing at all, but one fine day, when a renowned terrorist from Istanbul Mustafa, nicknamed ‘Blind’ visits Tiflis, everything is changed and the faith of those characters became forever twisted.
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