Леонид Хайченко

Bereg turetsky

by Leonid Khaychehko



Book Details

Language : Other
Publication Date : 2/10/2015

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 482
ISBN : 9781490750347
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 482
ISBN : 9781490750330
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 482
ISBN : 9781490750354

About the Book

Turkish Coast is the place where, through dangerous roads of Russia Civil War, the rest of the Olsky family (brothers and sister) have found a safe place in their escape from violence and revolution. With them was a young man, the son of their gardener, Andrew. He was patrimony friend to the Olsky family since his child years. A different life was waiting for these people in the unknown city of Constantionopol. New person and friendship helped them on the first steps of immigration life. These are between all unknown with sad feelings about his previous happy life. Vsevolod Olsky accidentally met a woman, his longtime troubled love. New mixed feelings happened on their road to renew relationship, sometimes even dangerous and some lucky. Nikolai Ivanitsky, a former police investigator, becomes their guardian angel, who also saves the lives of a young loving couple during his own investigation at one crown ring. New feeling of love opened to Andrew when he was invested by the prominent business to paint a portrait of his little granddaughter. Her mother, Jannet, fell in love with the dumb painter. She was beautiful and reminded him of Mary Olsky, his former girlfriend, whose young life suddenly ended time before the marriage of Jannet becomes an obstacle of their love but leaving some hope.

About the Author

I was born in 1954 in an ancient Ukrainian city called Bilatserva, which is located on two banks at Beautiful River Ross. I worked as an economist in the agricultural department in Kiev, making projects of developments. My most loved place was Andreevskaya Street leading down to Podol, which stones road remembers footsteps of Mikhail Bulgakov where air of blooming gardens and white Chesnatstiny streets and old homes still keep spirit of his presence. Many of my stories are written in New York and born with my memory of Kievor Bulgakov. I have been living in USA since 1996. For this time, I wrote books on peace and love and then published some, Lilac Dawn.