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The book is written in first person and is to a certain extent autobiographical. Main character - Vitaly Chilidze was born and raised in Moscow. His mother was a Moscovite, a Russian woman, the father a Georgian from Sukhumi, who moved to Moscow. Many of the characters in this book are people who were born in the late 1950s and in the 1960s. The book describes, with what t The book is written in first person and is to a certain extent autobiographical. Main character - Vitaly Chilidze was born and raised in Moscow. His mother was a Moscovite, a Russian woman, the father a Georgian from Sukhumi, who moved to Moscow. Many of the characters in this book are people who were born in the late 1950s and in the 1960s. The book describes, with what they have come to the beginning of the third millennium, and what they tried to do, to get adapted to the changing life and society. Many of them were already at the age not allowing to get a good job and because of lack of a certain amount of money it was also impossible to open some business. So they were trying to make money with the help of small fraud. Connections were established with men from Dagestan who brought fake currency notes, which were then distributed in Moscow and the Moscow region. While fake notes were mainly made using primitive printers with manual addition of some security features, the success of sales of counterfeit banknotes, mainly $ 100 bills, depended on ingenuity and artistry of distributors. The second part of the book narrates how Chilidze was arrested and sentenced, shows his life in prison, building relationships with the prison authorities, dialogues with well-known persons from the criminal world. Having not the most outstanding qualities, rather average, Chilidze managed to go through all these and at last was released.


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The book is written in first person and is to a certain extent autobiographical. Main character - Vitaly Chilidze was born and raised in Moscow. His mother was a Moscovite, a Russian woman, the father a Georgian from Sukhumi, who moved to Moscow. Many of the characters in this book are people who were born in the late 1950s and in the 1960s. The book describes, with what t The book is written in first person and is to a certain extent autobiographical. Main character - Vitaly Chilidze was born and raised in Moscow. His mother was a Moscovite, a Russian woman, the father a Georgian from Sukhumi, who moved to Moscow. Many of the characters in this book are people who were born in the late 1950s and in the 1960s. The book describes, with what they have come to the beginning of the third millennium, and what they tried to do, to get adapted to the changing life and society. Many of them were already at the age not allowing to get a good job and because of lack of a certain amount of money it was also impossible to open some business. So they were trying to make money with the help of small fraud. Connections were established with men from Dagestan who brought fake currency notes, which were then distributed in Moscow and the Moscow region. While fake notes were mainly made using primitive printers with manual addition of some security features, the success of sales of counterfeit banknotes, mainly $ 100 bills, depended on ingenuity and artistry of distributors. The second part of the book narrates how Chilidze was arrested and sentenced, shows his life in prison, building relationships with the prison authorities, dialogues with well-known persons from the criminal world. Having not the most outstanding qualities, rather average, Chilidze managed to go through all these and at last was released.

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