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Welcome to Barnes and's online discussion of Tom Rob Smith's gripping and elegantly written first novel, Child 44, the story of a 1950s Soviet officer who must face down a brutal regime as well as his own loyalties and indoctrination in order to pursue an unacknowledged serial killer in "the perfect society." This is a novel full of sharply drawn characters and subtle twists of psychological suspense.  This novel might be stuck to your palm until you finish it. I hope you'll join me in welcoming the author to our forums!
I'm Rachel, your moderator for the month. I hope you enjoy. Please remember to keep your spoilers for the "whole novel" threads! I can't wait to hear what you think!

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