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Sergei Lebedev discusses his new novel UNTRACEABLE.


Watch a video of celebrated author Sergei Lebedev in a discussion of his timely novel UNTRACEABLE with leading Russian spycraft expert Amy Knight and translator Antonina W. Bouis, sponsored by 192 Books in NYC. Online at bit.ly/sergei-lebedev


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The New York Times profiles UNTRACEABLE author Sergei Lebedev


   The New York Times profiles novelist Sergei Lebedev in an article calling his new book UNTRACEABLE “a thriller dipped in poison” with a John le Carré-like “fascination with secret worlds and the nature of evil.”  


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Sergei Lebedev

Sergei Lebedev was born in Moscow in 1981 and worked for seven years on geological expeditions in northern Russia and Central Asia. Lebedev is a poet, essayist and journalist. His novels have been translated into twenty languages and received great acclaim in the English-speaking world. The New York Review of Books has hailed Lebedev as […]


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Untraceable

A psychological thriller about the historical trajectories of evil as the Kremlin sought to develop the ultimate venom to retaliate against its critics.


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Crain’s New York Business on New Vessel Press becoming “an instant classic.”


Found in Translation: How a publishing company ‘spun gold out of nothing.’   By Peter S. Green   It began as idle chatter. Two multilingual literature buffs met at a middle school spelling bee and talked about the foreign books they’d read that had never been published in the U.S. Why not, they thought, open […]


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The Year of the Comet

Acclaimed Russian author Sergei Lebedev depicts a vast empire coming apart at the seams, transforming a very public moment into something tender and personal, and writes with stunning beauty and shattering insight about childhood and the growing consciousness of a boy in the world.


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North and East


Sergei Lebedev is the author of Oblivion, The Year of the Comet,  The Goose Fritz and Untraceable. One day, on a cold winter eve, my father took his rifle down from the rafter to clean it. In answer to my unspoken request, he took out, from under the ceiling of the apartment, tightly bundled heavy […]


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Two Red Stars


Sergei Lebedev is the author of OBLIVION, a stunning novel about family, fate, untamed nature, Russia, and the legacy of the Soviet Union. Here’s a poem by Lebedev called “The Red Star,” which highlights some of the paradoxes and contradictions of Russia’s past. This poem, like Lebedev’s novel, was translated by Antonina W. Bouis. The […]


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