Alexander Khriminofv was a historian novelists born in 1927 Russia and died in 2015 in California, surrounded by loved ones. He is most well known for his period pieces, that combine non-fiction writing and novella style stories at the end of each book. His most popular piece of work is the "Red Scare," a book profiling Senator McCarthy and his fight against people he believed were Communists. Khriminofv's "Red Scare" was beloved by critics, but often went over the heads of readers, and as a result, very few people have heard about him.
Some of his other less popular works include "The Eight Wives", a non-fiction piece in which he proves two additional wives were in the life of King Henry VIII. His most famous novel, "World War III?" was published just after his 80th birthday. It imagines a world where fighting ensues and destroys most of Europe. As a result, the United States become overpopulated.
Towards the end of his life, Khriminofv became enthralled in conspiracy theories, and this obsession eventually led to his death by hemlock. Being a historian, he was obsessed with the past ways of death. He was inspired by Socrates and wanted to honor his hero by dying in the same way.
Khriminofv is survived by his wife, Krhista (68). She presides in his hometown of Moscow.
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