I thoroughly enjoyed this book and read it from cover to cover in a couple of days over Christmas! Looking forward to Conrad’s next one!
by Clifford Denn
A gripping book from start to finish. Once you pick it up it is difficult to put down.
by Susan Davies
It was lovely to read something different- a unique intriguing plot, it kept me spellbound and opened my eyes to the complex business and politics wheelings and dealings in post communism Russia.
by Cathy Tombs
The Lensky Connection is an excellent and compelling story of crime, corruption and politics in Russia in the period preceding Yeltsin’s presidential election in 1996. The book exudes a feeling of the time, and the imaginary world Delacroix has created, along with his main character, a likeable Major Valeri Grozky, is very credible. Delacroix has clearly done his research into places, people and more. I loved this book which I found to be a compulsive read and would highly recommend it.
Conrad Delacroix has been fortunate to spend a journeyman career in Financial Services. Following the strategic downsizing of General Electric, he has been working as an independent management consultant, which has also allowed him to realise a long-held ambition and bring home 'The Lensky Connection'.