A.D. Miller’s chilling story of love and moral freefall: of the corruption, by a corrupt society, of a corruptible man.

In a riveting psychological drama that unfolds over the course of one Moscow winter, a young Englishman’s moral compass is spun by the seductive opportunities revealed to him by a new Russia. This is a land of hedonism and desperation, corruption and kindness, magical dachas and debauched nightclubs; a place where secrets - and corpses - come to light only when the deep snows start to thaw.

The Man Booker Prize 2011
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A.D. Miller

A.D. Miller

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Born in London, A.D. Miller is the author of the acclaimed family history The Earl of Petticoat Lane (2006). Snowdrops is his first novel.
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