Sisters Karamazov

by Natalie Karamazov

“So what kind of a title is that Hmmph! The Sisters Karamazov? So you think you’re a female Dostoevsky? Isn’t that more than a little arrogant?”
Let me explain. The idea for writing this fictionalized account of my life came in this way. A friend of mine once announced proudly: “I’m reading the famous Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky.” “You may not believe it,” I replied grinning, “but Karamazov was my mother’s maiden name!”
In this way begins the rollicking fictionalized autobiography of 3 generations of sisters living in the USA but of Russian-Jewish ancestry. An enmeshment of drama-queens, a psychologist might describe it. A story of redemption, a theologian might describe it. How will you, my reader, describe it?
Paperback $18.99 | Kindle $9.99


A delightful, witty, sardonic-yet-hopeful narrative that captures readers from the first page and grips them till the last. Dostoevsky never saw it coming! – Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP, Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Holy Apostles College & Seminary in Cromwell, CT


Natalie Karamazov is from a Russian-Jewish family living in the United States. This is her first novel.


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