By Maxim Starchenko
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London's transportation method is experiencing a criminal offense wave, with a ruthless gang victimising unsuspecting commuters. There also are the entire traditional thefts and 'ordinary' crimes to house. With murders taking place on buses, any passenger unlucky sufficient to be heading domestic after darkish could be a aim.
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The booklet is ready Maxim Starchenko’s adventure on Druzhba-78 among 1986 and 1996. the tale graphically describes the cruelty and inhumanity of the team’s purely trainer, Ivan Pravilov. He abused and continuously reprimanded his avid gamers for his personal leisure and private delight. The booklet describes the author’s consistent fight for survival and eventual street to restoration.
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Behind the Iron Curtain: Tears in the Perfect Hockey ''GULAG'' by Maxim Starchenko