The Roaming Renegade
By Eugene Shrayman
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Published: March 20, 2012
Words: 21,857 (approximate)
Anthony, a failed linguist student, who became a reluctant assassin, was forced to leave behind his Eastern European country, and travel to the distant for him and foreign America.
Young Russian man named Anthony was forced to leave behind his home country - Russia, and travel to the distant for him and foreign America. More specifically, Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. The first part of the book (which was actually his diary account that was being read by a female investigator Julia Lavrentsova) revolved around Anthony's life and struggles for a better future in Moscow, Russia. After murdering his employer George (nickname: George Mercedes) in self-defense, Anthony had to change his name to Yuri Krilov, get a new passport, and flee to the New World - America. There, Anthony became what could be called as a RENEGADE! A complete outcast to the mainstream American society, he worked as a car-service driver, went into close relationship with an African-American prostitute, and explained to the reader what Coney Island, and more accurately America looked like, from the perspective of an immigrant.
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