Asesinato En El Kibbutz by Batya Gur, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Murder on a Kibbutz has ratings and 41 reviews. Orsodimondo said: GLI EBREI NON DOVREBBERO TRATTARE COSÌ GLI EBREIDal punto di vista del. Asesinato En El Kibbutz by Batya Gur at – ISBN – ISBN – Siruela – – Softcover.

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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. And fun to find an Israeli book out of the blue. Jun 18, Amy rated it liked it Shelves: Very engaging main character, Michael Ohayon.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Die Gestalten bleiben blass! Entertaining and instructive on Kibbutz life and history. Nov 29, David P rated it really liked it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Asesinato En El Kibbutz

Mar 09, Joeydag rated it really liked it. Return to Book Page. Lives are so intertwined that tensions which might lead to this are quickly detected and resolved.

There are older members who want to stick to the old ways asesinatoo the younger members who know that things must change. Dec 10, Ezekiel Benzion rated it liked it. 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 and Tzilla are getting on with their aaesinato 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 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.


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Manchmal war mir nicht recht nachvollziehbar, woher Ochajon seine Ideen hat. An interesting view of kibbutz society in the ‘s. Postscript 7 June 22 ‘ Jan 28, Janey Skinner added it. All mainstream modern browsers have cookies enabled by default, so if you’ve been directed to this page it probably means you’re uisng a weird and wonderful browser of your own choosing, or have disabled cookies yourself.

A kibbutz is a slower pace of living, especially for those of us who don’t live on one.

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This passage did not add to the story nor was it explained in the story and could just have as easily been left out without changing the basic story or outcome. It brought back memories.

Azesinato this gives a good idea why. Published September 29th by Harper Perennial first published In Gur’s third mystery, clever, charming Israeli investigator Michael Ohayon, whom readers fell in love with in Saturday Morning Murder and Literary Murder, must once again put his skills to work to solve a murder, this time within the complex, closed asesinsto of a kibbutz. Books by Batya Gur. My quibble with the book was the number of characters introduced which led to a confusing cast that was hard to keep straight.

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Sure, change is in the air. In America, the police would be swarming, there would be danger for the investigator, there would be much action; not so here. That would be my only regret about reading this book. These days most news from Israel concern the struggle between Jews and Arabs. I recommend it and other books by Batya Gur. The best use the crime story as a mere vehicle to introduce unfamiliar localities, cultures and eras, and interesting personalities.


In many ways it needed a good editor; it seemed very slow at first — the murder doesn’t even happen until the reader is almost to pages in — but then I got into the rhythm and figured that it was because of its very setting that it is slower. A satisfying mystery with interesting and well developed characters and an intriguing look at a complex kibbutz society filled with psychological motivations that leave you wondering who did it to the end.

From the standpoint ofthe way that the occupation and the first intifada lay in the deep background is disconcerting. Jan 27, Dorothy Soest jibutz it really liked it.

It’s older, so many of the issues are outdated as kibbutzim become privatized. Let’s connect Contact Details Facebook Twitter. Their first instinct is to close in and protect whomever seems vulnerable.

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