A great novel of the 1956 Hungarian uprising against the Soviets, Another Love is a classic of Eastern European literature.
Lieutenant Marosi of the Hungarian border patrol has found the body of Eva Szalnczky, an old school friend whom he has secretly been in love with for many years. Eva was a lesbian, an outspoken critic of the communist regime, and a journalist whose stories were too hot to publish in the dangerous 1950s. Determined to find out the truth about her death, Marosi requests leave and heads for Budapest. As Marosi pieces together Evas life, Another Love becomes more than a mystery about one woman, but a courageous, compassionate attempt to understand the political mystery of post-War Eastern Europe.
A woman journalist who exposes the hypocrisy of the Soviet-dominated press is found murdered. With a plot that could have been ripped from todays headlines, Another Love offers a finely balanced blend of entertainment and political commentary
Paperback: 180 pages
Publisher: Cleis Press (September 28, 2007)