correction

It appears that someone (inadvertently) slipped a name into the historical note appendage that shouldn't be there. The boy of the story who dies too young as a soldier is Olga's little brother, Albert, and not Sasha. Albert is the boy in the photograph on the back cover of The Kulak's Daughter. He was a real person. Sasha is an imaginary boy. I hope this clears up any confusion.

2 comments:

Barrie said...

Glad to hear your launch was a success! I'm waiting for your book to arrive on my doorstep! Merry Christmas and here's to a wonderful 2010!

Gabriele Goldstone said...

hope you don't have to wait too long! i'm reading "i so don't do spooky" right now - fun! - don't want it to end...

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