Брат на брата (Brother to brother) by N.A. Alekseev-Kungurtsev (1871-1905) written in 1900. A novel about the reign of the Grand Duke of Moscow Dimitry Ioannovich (XIV century) and the strengthening of Moscow and the resistance of Ryazan and Tver, who resorted to the help of the Tatars and Lithuania. Fidelity was paid to the highest state interests of the great Russian saints - Metropolitan Alexy and Trinity Abbot Sergius of Radonezh and the Russian victory over Mamai on the Don, on the Kulikovo field, in September of 1380.
Прельщение литовское (The seduction of Lithuania) by V.P. Lebedev (1869-1939) written in 1904. A novel based on the events of the 15th century: the dispute between Marfa Boretskaya, also known as Martha the Mayoress, the wife of Isaac Boretsky, Novgorod's posadnik in 1438–1439 and again in 1453 with the Grand Duke of Moscow Ivan III. According to legend and historical tradition, she led the republic's struggle against Muscovy between her husband's death and the city's eventual annexation by Ivan III in 1478.
Красное Солнышко (The Red Sun) by Alexander Lavrov (1866-1917). He was a Russian writer and journalist whose actual name was Alexander Ivanovich Krasnitsky, Lavrov being one of over 50 pseudonyms. It is a novel about the youngest son of Prince Svyatoslav Vladimir and his campaign with the Novgorod druzhina and Varangians and his destiny to lead the Baptism of Russian into Christianity.
Russia (Yaroslavl): Verkhne-Volzhsky Publishers, 1994. 416 pages. Hardcover with decorative covers. Very good with some light page tanning. 1 copy only.