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Jun 30, Dave rated it really liked it. El autor logra crear una ingeniosa y original novela policiaca que examina la crisis de fe politica e ideologica de la sociedad israeli a traves del fascinante mundo del kibbutz. No trivia or quizzes yet. It brought back memories.
Four other mysteries by her were published in English, all involving groups in Israel’s society–“Saturday Morning Murder” ’92″Literary Murder: The big weakness of the plot was that it was full of devices that had been used in the first two books.
Oct 04, Pamela Mclaren rated it liked it Shelves: Feb 21, pdxmaven rated it liked it Shelves: The most interesting part is not the actual mystery but the deconstruction of kibbutz society. I feel the only real thread is the murder and everything else is just bits of cotton lying around being too short to sew anything with.
Mar 09, Joeydag rated it really liked it. These days most news from Israel concern the struggle between Jews and Arabs.
From the standpoint ofthe way that the occupation and the first intifada lay in the deep background is disconcerting. Refresh and try again. Review This Product No reviews yet – be the first to create one! Way more than a mystery. Preview — Murder on a Kibbutz by Batya Gur.
Asesinato En El Kibbutz
Jul 18, Ilana rated it really liked it. Murder mysteries wear many faces.
The ending was a rather disappointing anticlimax—there’s too This book is as much about the insular society of an Israeli kibbutz as it is about Inspector Michael Ohayon solving a murder. This one is probably the best among them.
The old generation of kibbutz founders, which remembers British rule, the Holocaust and the war to establish Israel, is fading from the scene, and communal living, kibbutz style, may itself be eroding. Beyond that, the writing is uninspired, and the characters are one-dimensional, as in her first book–you really don’t care what happens to anyone you meet. Yet jibbutz lot remains, and this fast-moving crime novel, in an unusual setting, lets you taste a little of it.
Murder on a Kibbutz (Michael Ohayon, #3) by Batya Gur
She did this primarily in interactions between Michael the chief investigating officer and Nahari his boss. Jan 28, Janey Skinner added it. I think I liked this so much I read another in the series but I can’t name a detail from this novel. I’ve no problem with them in theory and the closed community theme was fine but it was just a bit predictable that the killer would be protecting the kibbutz from change and preserving an ideal.
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Want to Read saving…. Is this product missing categories? Mar 02, Siria rated it liked it Shelves: The setting itself makes the mystery much more interesting as the dynamics of the kibbutz have a major effect on how the murder is solved. He seems rather nondescript in this one, I expected his history background to come into use at some point and I want to know how Eli asesihato Tzilla are getting on with their baby but apart from a brief mention of Michael’s son there’s very little continuity o [These comments are taken from a mailing list discussion and as such contain spoilers This was a fascinating book because of its setting and the details about Israeli Kibbutz history.
Murder on a Kibbutz
This book is as much about the insular society of an Israeli kibbutz as it is about Inspector Michael Ohayon solving a murder. I think Avigail is an interesting person, the policewoman who is working undercover as a ssesinato, but I hold out no great hope of seeing her in the next book.
Published September 29th by Harper Perennial first published Entertaining and instructive on Kibbutz life and history. I almost wonder why Gur wrote this as a series. And this gives a good idea why. Nov 29, David P rated it really liked it.