Mysterious inscriptions, a precipitous path and a spy story come together in one of the least known parts of the Rhodope
Extracting information from Bulgarian secretive institutions should not be very daunting if you know how to ask
Milen Ruskov (b. 1966) graduated from Sofia University in 1995 and began making his living as a translator in 2001. Since then, he has translated more than 20 books, including Confessions of an English Opium-Eater by Thomas De Quincey, Novel Notes and The Angel and the Author and Others by Jerome K. Jerome, Money by Martin Amis, Transformation by Mary Shelley and others.