Eight Months on Ghazzah Street: A Novel
A taut and terrifying trip into a distorting mirror--a novel as tense, immediate, and chilling as the world it depicts.
"A Middle Eastern Turn of the Screw with an insidious power to grip."-Time Out
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EIGHT MONTHS ON GHAZZAH STREETUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A chilling portrait of an authoritarian society as a young Englishwoman moves with her husband into a Saudi Arabian neighborhood and finds murder lurking behind the shuttered windows and closed doors ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - brendanmoody - LibraryThing
Masterfully blending gothic horror tropes with a careful study of the intellectual dislocation and resulting eccentric behavior of Westerners working in Saudi Arabia, Hilary Mantel's Eight Months on ... Read full review