By Jean A. Flanagan
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.