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A Shadow in Moscow by Katherine Reay

Imagine living in the Soviet Union during the Cold War under an oppressive, increasingly paranoid government. Expressing ideas and opinions in public could result in arrest or worse. The KGB could bug your home or follow you as you go about your day. You are exposed to government propaganda daily through radio broadcasts and newspapers. Ingrid and Anya spend much of their lives living under these conditions.

In 1958, the United States and Soviet Union signed a Cultural Exchange Agreement, allowing for the cultural exchange of knowledge and people. In her novel A Shadow in Moscow, Katherine Rea...


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