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Crimes of the City (Missing Mysteries #3)
"A superior thriller, very well written, sensitively and beautifully plotted." -- New York Times Book Review In a holy city, even saints can be suspects...It was the time of the intifada, a season of hatred and fear in the city called Jerusalem, the City of Peace...Criminal Investigations Department Commander Avram Cohen faces a terrible double murder of...
"A superior thriller, very well written, sensitively and beautifully plotted." -- New York Times Book Review In a holy city, even saints can be suspects...It was the time of the intifada, a season of hatred and fear in the city called Jerusalem, the City of Peace...Criminal Investigations Department Commander Avram Cohen faces a terrible double murder of two Russian nuns, mother and daughter, members of the Russian Orthodox convent in Ein Kerem. The KGB baby-sitter for the Red Russian mission in the Holy Land is embarrassed, the police are embarrassed, the Knesset is embarrassed-even the Prime Minister exerts pressure for a quick solution... "The lessons that Robert Rosenberg learned covering the Jerusalem crime beat as a reporter have been put to excellent use in this intricate tale of murder and madness in that holiest of cities."--Jonathan Kellerman Avram Cohen returns in House of Guilt (1-890208-41-8 $14.95), originally published by Scribner. Journalist Rosenberg lives in Israel.
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