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1 Kolbergs, Andris Don't Call Me, Don't Look for me! Life of Soviet Secret Agent
Talsi A.K.A. Jurmala 2004 Pictorial Hardcover Very Good + 
485 pp. A very good, clean tight copy. Original Latvian title Meklejiet sievieti ( Cherchez la femme) Translated by Anita Liepins. Kolbergs is the foremost Latvian detetctive fiction writer with a Balzacian eye for detailing everyday life. "According to the Latvian Institute, Andris Kolbergs critically analysed " the social environment of the genre of crime and detective novels". Don't call me, don't look for me! Life of Soviet secret agent appears to be the only novel by him translated into English." 
Price: 16.00 USD
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2 Kolbergs, Andris Riga Kajamgajejiem
Riga Aka 2001 Pictorial Hardcover Very Good ++ 
560pp. Illustrated. A very good, clean, tight, bright copy. Walking tour guide of Riga by one of Latvia's most popular writers. In Latvian. Still current. "Si gramata ir domata priviligetai lauzu kartai kajamgajejiem - Rigas priekspilsetas nav mazak interesantas ka Vecpilseta vai eklektikas stila aplipinatie bulvari. Gramata ir vairak ka simts illustraciju bet nevienas fotografijas. Ja sekosiet noradem teksta, Jus neapmaldisieties. Uzdevums: visisaka laika visvairak uzzinat un redzet. -- Si gramata Jums palidzes Rigu saprast un parliecinaties, ka tas vesture nelidinas tikai ap Pulvertorni un Doma baznicu." (Autors) 
Price: 20.00 USD
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3 Kolbergs, Andris; Lagzdins, Viktors The Shadow A Night at Elk Farm
Moscow Progress Publishers 1991 Paper Cover Very Good + 
367pp. A very good, clean copy. " To be found here are works of Soviet Lettish writers, recognized masters of detective fiction. Viktors Lagzdins' story is a prime example of [Soviet] detective fiction, written strictly according to the laws of the genre. In thje novel The Shadow Andris Kolbergs with psychological precision unravels the crime, shows what lies and immorality can lead to, as well as how family troubles at times influence the course of one's life." (Progress Publishers) 
Price: 12.00 USD
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