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    A Grand Second Novel!

    A grand second outing for Israeli investigator Dotan Naor - packed with events, so keep your attention firmly on the story! This time round, Dotan heads to Thailand - at the drop of a hat - to search for Sigal Bardon who, like so many, has gone missing whilst backpacking. A bit sketchy on details, Dotan hits the ground running but when he comes her passport it seems just a bit too easy - so what's really going on here? Another good read from Yigal Zur, and one that I had to concentrate on to make sure I kept up with the speedy events. There's no doubt that there are some beautiful areas in Thailand, but this novel concentrates on the seedier side of things and comes across as very realistic. A gripping read, beautifully written and worth mentioning the translator as it was originally written in Hebrew. I've generally found translated books to be a bit stiff and stilted but this one flows easily and whilst this is a complete read I'm fairly sure there will be more to come. A fine read, and well worth 4.5 stars.

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