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AKA [[Count Stepanov]]; [[Monsieur Krassine]]. One of the few characters to appear in the adventures of different sleuths, Ivanovitch first appeared in a [[Tommy and Tuppence]] book, where as [[Count Stepanov]] he was a member of a revolutionary Bolshevist gang. Later, in a [[Hercule Poirot]] novel, he posed as [[Monsieur Krassine]], a member of the Russian Embassy in Paris, where he worked with [[Olga Demiroff]] in the [[Heart of Fire]] ruby theft. Ivanovitch as “a little man with a face like a rat ... In an empire where rats ruled he was king of the rats.” ''[[The Secret Adversary]]; [[The Mystery of the Blue Train]].''
 
AKA [[Count Stepanov]]; [[Monsieur Krassine]]. One of the few characters to appear in the adventures of different sleuths, Ivanovitch first appeared in a [[Tommy and Tuppence]] book, where as [[Count Stepanov]] he was a member of a revolutionary Bolshevist gang. Later, in a [[Hercule Poirot]] novel, he posed as [[Monsieur Krassine]], a member of the Russian Embassy in Paris, where he worked with [[Olga Demiroff]] in the [[Heart of Fire]] ruby theft. Ivanovitch as “a little man with a face like a rat ... In an empire where rats ruled he was king of the rats.” ''[[The Secret Adversary]]; [[The Mystery of the Blue Train]].''
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Latest revision as of 21:37, 24 July 2010

AKA Count Stepanov; Monsieur Krassine. One of the few characters to appear in the adventures of different sleuths, Ivanovitch first appeared in a Tommy and Tuppence book, where as Count Stepanov he was a member of a revolutionary Bolshevist gang. Later, in a Hercule Poirot novel, he posed as Monsieur Krassine, a member of the Russian Embassy in Paris, where he worked with Olga Demiroff in the Heart of Fire ruby theft. Ivanovitch as “a little man with a face like a rat ... In an empire where rats ruled he was king of the rats.” The Secret Adversary; The Mystery of the Blue Train.