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A train to Potevka

Author: Mike Ramsdell
Publisher: Layton, Utah : Zhivago Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Set in the backdrop of the chaotic, volatile events in Russia at the end of the Cold War, A Train To Potevka will take you on an incredible, winter's journey across Great Mother Russia along the 6,000-mile Trans-Siberian Railway. This fascinating story about an American intelligence agent from a small town in the Rockies is a tale of failed espionage, escape, and survival. A Train To Potevka is a story of sacrifice,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Spy fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mike Ramsdell
ISBN: 1598720309 9781598720303
OCLC Number: 76048705
Description: v, 345 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: The blizzard & the bugs --
Catching the cat --
Meeting the Mafia --
In the belly of the beast --
A postcard from Siberia --
The man who changed the world --
Bad karma in Bavaria --
Fools, feast & famine --
A starving nation --
A broken Babushka --
Apples & a safe house mouse --
President Carter's folly --
A stranger in Potevka --
Ripe, rank & naked in the washtub --
A compassionate man --
A song of goodbye --
A holiday discovered --
The joys of a son --
Risks of the heart --
Secrets, lies & spies --
Fantasy, football & faith --
A Mormon spook in the world of spies --
Pandora's baffling box --
The depths of low & a murder of crows --
A fortune cookie --
Gummi bears & Christmas carols --
A dollar from down under --
The great American cuisine --
Sasha's golden arches --
Christmas in the Alps & second chances --
Epilogue.
Other Titles: Train to Potevka : an American spy in Russia
Responsibility: by Mike Ramsdell.

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Set in the backdrop of the chaotic, volatile events in Russia at the end of the Cold War, A Train To Potevka will take you on an incredible, winter's journey across Great Mother Russia along the 6,000-mile Trans-Siberian Railway. This fascinating story about an American intelligence agent from a small town in the Rockies is a tale of failed espionage, escape, and survival. A Train To Potevka is a story of sacrifice, hope, and second chances. It is about love of family, home, and country. Most of all, it is a testimony to the basic goodness of man and the compassion and concern of a loving God.

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