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Best Books of 2017

Newspaper, blog or website: National Public Radio
Date: Dec 6 2017

“Julie Lekstrom Himes’ thought-provoking novel MIKHAIL AND MARGARITA explores one of the most oppressive periods in Russian history – the Stalinist regime. Riffing off the great physician-writer Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita, Himes creates extraordinary atmospherics, immersing her readers in Soviet Russia and all the fears and anxieties of real life writers and artists who faced the Faustian choice of staying true to themselves and their craft, or avoiding the Gulag and surviving. Himes, herself a physician, renders years of research into a gripping narrative about art, politics, and above all, love.”

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