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For the fans of the Da Vinci Code and Jason Bourne, comes this gripping new mystery/thriller, set in Russia and based on true historic events!

“Alexei” is pronounced (Ah-lek-sáy) with emphasis on “say.”

Alexei is the iconic Russian name, whose popularity never dwindled through many centuries of use. The name “Alexei” is especially symbolic in GOLD TRAIN as those who read the book would appreciate, because it is also the name of the last Russian Tsar Nicolas’s son and Heir to the Russian Throne.

In GOLD TRAIN, international journalist Jade Snow travels to Russia to investigate tantalizing mystery of the lost Imperial Treasure, instead, she finds herself in the middle of a conspiracy threatening to change the fate of the world’s largest country and, perhaps, the future of the entire world.

At the same time, Jade finds something she, a happily married woman with a small child and a lovely apartment on New York’s Upper West Side, never expected – forbidden passion defying time and space. The man Jade meets is unlike any she’d ever known. Who is this mysterious Alexei with a sexy smile no woman seems to be able to resist? And can she trust him?

As Jade and Alexei race against time and their destiny unfolds, we learn all about Alexei’s incredible background and amazing abilities.

If I had to draw Alexei, this is what he’d look like. See the picture above.

Read companion articles:

GOLD TRAIN Magical Setting: Moscow, Russia

GOLD TRAIN: Amazing Russian Metro 

GOLD TRAIN: the World of Russian Trains and My Childhood Memories 

GOLD TRAIN: Meet Jade Snow, heroine of the Accidental Spy Series

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GOLD TRAIN paperback is coming on April 25, 2012. More: https://ladaray.wordpress.com/blog-tours/

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Lada Ray