Notes of an industrial spy (Zapiski promyshlennogo shpiona)
The story of industrial spy Al Miller, whose professional talents long allowed him to emerge unscathed from the most complex twists and turns. The story of an extraordinary man involved in a struggle in which no concept of good but only of one thing - profit. The story of pursuit of mysteries of modern alchemists, attempting to understand the very essence of industrial espionage. At the time, the stories of the cycle, were criticised heavily since most of them were written and published in the USSR, such themes were not welcome. Despite criticism and censorship difficulties the "Notes of an industrial spy" has always remained popular. The final novel of the cycle - "Pyramid of Hessopa" was written especially for this edition. Gennady Prashkevich finally fulfilled the promise made to readers at one of the today's fiction conventions- behold this story, it is published for the first time.
Gennady Prashkevich was born in 1941. As a science fiction writer made his debut in 1957 with short story "The Island of Mists". Today he is one of the most productive authors working in science fiction. He has successfully proven himself in a number of its subgenres such as detective fiction, social science fiction, lyrical-philosophical and satirical fiction. He is also the author of numerous historical