Accidents, Vladimir Senko
The novel "Accidents" is the first book of Vladimir Senko. The novel is not autobiographical, but many situational moves and human collisions, no doubt, are written off from nature. The plot is based on a dramatic week from the life of the main hero of the novel, Mark Levin, a young financier who comes from Russia and works in a consulting company in New York. A week that held a whole life. Events unfold between Moscow, New York and Bishkek. The action balances on the verge of an extremely sensitive detective and psychological drama. Mark Levin, trying to complete a major project, is embroiled in an international political and financial adventure. Having fallen into hostage, being between life and death, the hero comes to the need to make his main moral choice.