The real Nergui?

This intriguing story seems, even more intriguingly, to have slipped almost entirely beneath the radar in the UK.  I’ve seen mention of it only in the Independent newspaper although it’s also received limited coverage in the overseas media.  I’ll be keeping my eye out for more…

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3 thoughts on “The real Nergui?

  1. I was never a reader of crime novels until I read The Shadow Walker and, more recently, The Adversary.

    I took a particular interested the book because I had travelled to Mongolia in 2009 and will there again in May this year as my wife and I journey on the Trans-Mongolian Railway.

    I really enjoyed reading those two books both for its’ intriguing and gripping story, and of course, the cultural aspect.

    I now look forward to reading the next one which has yet to be released in Australia.

    Richard

    1. Many thanks for the kind words, Richard. Very pleased that you enjoyed the books. I’ve not so far had the opportunity to travel on the railway through Mongolia (only to see it pass through Ulaan Bataar) so I envy you your trip this year – hope it goes well!

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