The Bethlehem Murders: Omar Yussef Mystery Series - Matt Rees Reviews
Description:ISBN 1843546035 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Matt Rees / Paperback / 272 Pages / Book is published 2008-02-01 by Atlantic Books
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Omar Yussef teaches history in a UN school for refugee girls in Bethlehem. He's sick of all the violence he sees around him. This doesn't make him popular with the local Palestinians, especially the Martyrs Brigades running the land, criminal gunmen really, pretending to be fighters for territorial freedom. When an old student of his, a Christian, is falsely accused of murdering a local Palestinian businessman and being a collaborator of the Israelis, Omar Yussef starts investigating. By asking around and confronting people with some unwanted truths he endangers his own safety. Yet, he doesn't give up and is soon engulfed in local strife. The ... Read the complete review
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