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Alexander Terekhov Wins National Bestseller Award
4.06.2012 13:13
Alexander Terekhov Wins National Bestseller Award

Russian writer Alexander Terekhov has become the winner of the National Bestseller Award 2012.
      The writer has been awarded the prize of 250 thousand rubles for his novel "Germans" narrating about the life of Moscow officials.
      Four of six jury members voted for the novel "Germans". Other two chose "The Living One" by Anna Starobinets and "Francoisa, or the Way to Glacier" by Sergei Nosov.
      The annual award National Bestseller was first time handed over in 2001. The winner of National Bestseller 2011 was Dmitrii Bykov with his novel "Ostromov, or the Student of the Magician".
Author: Vera Ivanova

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