Mischa Turow, daughter of a Swiss-Jewish mother and a Russian father, is a highly talented, extremely attractive young woman. As a chess prodigy and physics luminary she attained international fame early on, acted as the successor of Einstein and upcoming world champion in chess and referred to as the genius of the century. She moves in the highest circles, including those of Russian President Sergei Ivanovich Kutin who uses her as a celebrity PR for his country. No one suspects, however, that she hides a diabolical secret. A page-turner, hard to beat for excitement and surprises!
Paperback: 332 pages
Publishing date: February 7, 2019
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
Price: $22.30 (paperback) $9.77 (e-book)
Alexander Günsberg was born in Milan in 1952 in the family of Austro-Hungarian Holocaust survivors, who moved to Vienna in 1954. As a child and a teenager he lived in Zurich, then in the kibbutz in Israel, before returning to Zurich and Basel in 1971 to study German studies, history and psychology. As the University student, he was editor-in-chief of two youth and student magazines, freelance journalist and youth leader. In 1974 he won Literature Prize of the canton of Baselland for the short story ‘Ascension’, published in the volume ‘Excellent Stories.’ He is the author of several novels, novellas, and short story collections published by publishers in Switzerland and Germany. One of his novels, Vexiera Dances is nominated for the German Book Prize for 2019. His novels Mischa Turow, The Eisenstadt File, and Vexiere Dance, and collections of short stories Jewish Stories and Jewish Love Stories are translated into English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Russian.