Korolev Writes Political Satire


By Jean A. Flanagan
Moorefield Examiner

Local author Nick Korolev’s usual fare is historical fiction, but with the recent turn of political events, he felt the need to revisit a screenplay he had written several years ago.
“Most writers turn their novels into screenplays,” Korolev said. “I did it backwards.”
Korolev’s new book “Ghost of a Chance” combines political satire with the wit of America’s 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt.
“He has always been my favorite president,” Korolev said. “My grandmother loved Teddy Roosevelt. She was a young girl when he was president and she used to rave about him.

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