The Leonardo Gulag

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Oceanview Publishing
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6.2 X 1.2 X 9.2 inches | 1.35 pounds

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About the Author

Kevin Doherty grew up in Northern Ireland, graduated from Queen's University Belfast, and lives in England, near Windsor Castle, with his wife, Roz. His professional background is advertising and marketing. He has worked for a number of U.K. and international companies and has advised business and government agencies in Britain and Europe. He now writes full time and The Leonardo Gulag is his fourth novel.


"[The Leonardo Gulag is] vivid, fresh, gripping, clever. This historical thriller set in a gulag in Stalin's Russia thoroughly propelled me. With appearances from Stalin himself and Soviet spy Anthony Blunt, it feels authentic on every page. I felt I was there."--David Morrell, New York Times best-selling author
"[The Leonardo Gulag is] an extraordinary novel with a fresh and unique premise--one that draws the reader into a world that's both clever and imaginative. Bravo. Bravo."--Steve Berry, New York Times best-selling author
"The Leonardo Gulag is a bold, bracing, and brilliant take on the human side and costs of [the Cold War]. Kevin Doherty's starkly original tale of prisoners forced to forge da Vinci masterpieces lives up to pop culture classics like Stalag 17 and The Great Escape, not to mention the best of Leon Uris and the Louis L'Amour classic Last of the Breed. This is a historical thriller of the highest order; smart, savvy, and sensational."--Jon Land, USA Today best-selling author
"This relentless tale of cruelty and survival provides a sobering look at Stalin's Russia. Fans of Kafkaesque historical fiction will be satisfied."--Publishers Weekly
"[The Leonardo Gulag is] a cracking read with authentic characters, excellent descriptive prose, and an absorbing storyline. It also provides a fascinating and dramatic insight into the era of Joseph Stalin's vile forced-labor camps."--J.P. Carter, author of At Your Door
"An inherently fascinating read, The Leonardo Gulag showcases author Kevin Doherty's genuine and impressive flair for originality and the kind of narrative storytelling style that completely engages the reader's total attention from beginning to end."--Midwest Book Review