The Lawyer from Lychakiv Street

An utter commotion of sounds took hold of Lychakiv Street. Which together played out in a great urban symphony – a symphony of fright. One of the police horsemen dug his spurs into his horse's sides, directing it across the tracks onto ...

The Lawyer from Lychakiv Street

At the beginning of the twentieth century, 1908, a young Kyivan, Klym Koshovy miraculously flies the coop and escapes from persecution by tsarist police to Lviv. However, even here he is arrested - near the corpse of a well-known local lawyer Yevhen Soyka. The deceased had dubious friends and powerful enemies in the city. Suicide or murder? The search for truth leads Koshovy through the dark labyrinths of Lviv's streets. On his way - facing pickpockets, criminal kingpins and Russian terrorist bombers. And Klym is constantly getting in the way of the police commissioner Marek Wichura. The truth will stun Klym, and his new loyal friend Jozef Shatsky. It will forever change the fate of the enigmatic and influential beauty Magda Bohdanovych. This book has been published with the support of the Translate Ukraine Translation Grant Program. Publishers Maxim Hodak & Max Mendor.

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