Frederick Neznansky: brief biography, books. Police detectives: "March of Turkish", "Winners are not judged," "Return of Turkish"
Neznansky Friedrich Yevseevich - author of popular detective novels. A lawyer by education, who has devoted many years of his life to working as an investigator, he writes realistic novels about crimes. His works became widely known and entered the list of bestsellers abroad. In Russia, Neznansky's novels were published after perestroika, several of which formed the basis of detective series.
The writer was born on September 27, 1932 in a family of teachers in the town of Zhuravichi (Belarus). The childhood of Frederick Neznansky passed in Moscow, during the war years the family was evacuated to the Urals.In 1948, she returned to Mytishchi, where in 1950 Friedrich Yevseyevich graduated from school and in the same year entered the law institute in Moscow.
After graduating from the institute, Friedrich Yevseevich Neznansky is in distribution in the Krasnodar Territory, where he worked as an investigator until 1957. In the same year, the writer returns to Moscow, where he works as a scientific secretary at a building research institute, and then as a bailiff. From 1960 to 1969 he worked in the Moscow Prosecutor's Office.
At the same time, Friedrich Neznansky publishes stories, articles and feuilletons in the newspaper Trud and Komsomolskaya Pravda. From 1969 to 1977, Friedrich Yevseyevich is a member of the bar association.
In 1977 Neznansky emigrated to the United States. For a long time he is busy in unskilled jobs - a watchman, watchman, guard. He then begins teaching at Harvard, New York and Columbia Universities. Works on Radio Liberty, a journalist in Russian-language publications.
In 1985, Friedrich Yevseyevich moved to Germany. He works in the magazine "Sowing", in the center of the People's Labor Union, for which in 1979 he wrote a number of works. Friedrich Neznansky is the first Russian author to be accepted into the Edgar Poe Writers Club.In 1986, the author was recognized as a "man of achievement" by the publishing house IBC.
In 1995, a writer from Frankfurt moved to the city of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Cooperation with Topol
Neznansky began his literary activities with the co-authorship with the writer Edward Topol. In 1981, the novel Million for the Champion was released from the pen of the creative tandem, in the same year Journalist for Brezhnev, in 1983 the novel Red Square.
Frederick Neznansky - an experienced investigator knew what he was writing about. Therefore, Friedrich Yevseyevich was responsible for the plot, for the texture of the novel in the famous collaboration. Poplar was responsible for the style of the work. Knowledge of their business distinguishes the works of Neznansky from others like them. The plot of the novel, the actions of the investigators are meaningful and logical, without “failures” - that is, everything is stated consistently and “the ends meet the ends”.
According to the novel of the famous creative tandem "Red Square", the television series was filmed. Unfortunately, the famous author's duet collapsed due to the fact that the writers could not share the co-authorship of the book. Neznansky Friedrich became the object of many years of litigation. E. Topol stated at the trial that he is the only author of the novels and Neznansky has nothing to do with them.
As the co-author of Neznansky explained, when writing novels, he did not expect that the novels would become world bestsellers and be published for twenty years. As a proof, he cited that the phrase “even more so” belongs to him personally, since there is no such phrase in the subsequent works of Neznansky.
But, as already stated above, Topol was responsible for the style of the work. And the prototypes of the heroes of the work were the colleagues of Friedrich Yevseyevich. The daily life of detectives, accurately conveyed in the work, could be so logically thought out only by a person who had worked for many years in law enforcement.
During many years of proceedings, Topol admitted that he simply did not want the name of Neznansky on the cover next to his name. Whatever it was, but “Mr. Advocate” and the subsequent police detectives, released from the pen of Friedrich Yevseyevich, already written by him personally, were also distinguished by their logical and elegant plot.
The cycle of detective stories "March of Turkey", which included 136 novels, tells the story of the investigator for particularly important cases, Alexander Turetsky.The protagonist of the book series is successful in life, is the type of detectives who are engaged in extremely important cases and are irreconcilable fighters against crime.
The author is not limited to the story only a detective story, but also tries to connect with the events of history. Traces of many of the investigated crimes lead to the Kremlin offices. The objects of his struggle are corrupt officials, bankers, deputies.
For example, in the third book of the Pandora's Box cycle, the investigator unravels the case of Beria’s “golden” briefcase, which began in the 1950s and ended in 1991, in the days of the August putsch.
In the novel "Dangerous Hobby" Turkish investigates the murder of a collector. He was killed in his own apartment, and all valuable canvases were gone without a trace. It seems that the case is hopeless - there is no evidence, no witnesses. But until the Turkish undertook the investigation.
The hero of the book series “The March of Turkey” is independent, honest, incorruptible and smart. A professional investigator uncovers complex crimes and gets out of any situation. His cheerful and witty colleagues will help you in everything, never leave you in trouble. Real and honest professionals.
In each of the novels in this series, detective stories are interesting and exciting. In 2000, a series appeared on the screens based on a series of books about the investigator Turetsky. To date, the film has several seasons.
Continuation of a story
The Turkish Diaries series includes four novels. In the first book, Dear Girls, the investigator draws into an almost mystical story. Turkish is on the trail of the missing girl and does not realize that he is waiting for a tough fight with the Unknown.
Friedrich Neznansky takes stories for his books from real life situations. For example, in the series of books, “Winners are not judged,” which includes nine novels, the fourth story “Farewell, General” tells about the crash of a helicopter. During the accident, the governor from Siberia and ten passengers on board died. The conclusion of the commission is unambiguous - the error of the pilots. But the investigator Turetsky turned the whole investigation over and found the true causes of the crash.
The ninth book of the Spy Incubator series reveals an almost mystical story. Anonymous phone calls terrorize government members. After the call, one of them dies.Turkish finds a hooligan and discovers that this seemingly crazy person is endowed with amazing opportunities - he predicts accidents and makes revolutionary discoveries. But someone is not very happy.
"The Return of Turkish" - a book cycle of 42 novels, telling about the investigator. The same intricate stories and complex puzzles. There is no such thing that the astute Turkish could not reveal. He is resourceful and intelligent, however, and the criminals are not sewn up.
Agency "Gloria" - a series of 28 books, including stories about the activities of the same detective agency, which is headed by Denis Gryaznov. According to rumors, in the small town of the Rostov region, the mafia is outraged. Detective Gryaznov is investigating and verifying the facts. Residents of the city also turn to him - his wife disappeared from someone, a friend or relative was killed from someone. The detective agency masterly unravels the most complex crimes.
Other book series:
- "Detectives" includes 4 detective novels.
- "Mr. lawyer" consists of 32 books.
- "Foreign Intelligence Service" includes 8 novels.
- "Without the right to good luck" - the trilogy.
Films on books Neznansky
In 1992, a film based on the book “Black Square” from the series about the investigator Turetsky appeared on the screens. Later, from 2000 to 2007, a series of films about this character was released. In 2008, viewers saw the film “The Invincible”, based on the novel “The Start of the Hunt” based on the novel by Friedrich Neznansky.