Sabaru : Selected Novellas
Sabaru is about Slovakia. Set in the twentieth century, all five novels are actual case histories. Sabaru itself, pronounced Shabra, establishes the contract between female nurses living on farms in south western Poland for hotel work in Europe. Eduin is a search for an Intelligence operative during the cold war. Complicit Acts takes the reader to the 1984 war in Egypt. China confronts the ruthless sail trade through Mexico, China and Tibet for which Intelligence lives are routinely killed; and the last novel Highway shuts the door on a local crime wave. This volume is Koretsky's fourteenth work of fiction.
- Paperback | 478 pages
- 140 x 216 x 27mm | 603g
- 01 Feb 2017
- Regent Press
- Illustrations, black and white
Mystery Column's Rex E. Klett on DOMINO - Exhaustive descriptions of locale and detailed analysis. Under Dragon House, David Doerrer of Mystery Scene says - Full of complex, twisty suspense. Mysteries in Brief commends Blueprint as - An excellent, well-portrayed loot book, fast paced, gripping action. Library Journal praises SNAPSHOT - Superb, substantive well-crafted puzzlers. Tower Books rated ROPE #1 in Fantasy Historical. P ublishers Weekly, about CRIMES AND OFFENSES - Riveting, winning prose, thoroughly researched, stunning masterpieces. Kirkus on MANDATED REPORTER - Thoroughly J. Lea Koretsky, psychologically adept, a winner. The best!