The Monkey House

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Bantam Press, 1996 - Detective and mystery stories - 286 pages
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Rosso is a detective superintendant in a city under siege. He has learnt to take each day as it comes, with violence and death around every corner. But now he is confronted with death from a different quarter: the brutal murder of a woman in a bombed-out block of flats known as The Monkey House.

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User Review  - Bill Krieger - Goodreads

The Monkey House is bleak, harsh. The setting is Sarajevo during Bosnian war in the 90's. The descriptions of wartime existence in the city are pretty riveting, and they are the strongest parts of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Pdr Lindsay - Goodreads

A tightly written plot, a good story, but so bleak and depressing. For those who like thrillers with characters you can care about this is a good one. Set in the almost aftermath of the Bosnian ... Read full review

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