|Subtitle||An Erast Fandorin Mystery|
|My Copy||library paperback|
|First Read||April 15, 2016|
Murder on the Leviathan
Gauche himself was fond of passing his leisure hours in an armchair with a good book, preferring Victor Hugo to all other authors. Hugo was at once so true to life, so high-minded, that he could always bring a tear to the eye. Besides, he was marvelous for dozing off over.
Quoted on April 25, 2016