The Delegates choice - Ian Samson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007255349 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Ian Samson
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Ian Sansom The Delegates' Choice (The Mobile Library)
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by - written on 17/01/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
The delegates choice is the third novel in the mobile library series of mysteries, they are based on the travails of Israel Armstrong a thirty something vegetarian librarian who drives a mobile library van in and around Northern Ireland. The prevailing themes in the book is a left thinking intelligent modern man being placed in the more traditional conservative world of Northern Ireland, it tends to emphasise the differences between Israel and the world he both lives in and wishes to live in. This novel is the first to return to England after introducing Israel, Ted Carson who drives the mobile library and the large derelict mobile van. This novel seeks out ... Read the complete review
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