Murder on a Kibbutz: Communal Case, A

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Harper Collins, Sep 29, 1995 - Fiction - 368 pages
3 Reviews

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 society of a kibbutz.

 

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User Review  - SeriousGrace - LibraryThing

This time Michael Ohayon must solve a mysterious death on the kibbutz. The secretary for the commune was poisoned. Before Michael comes on the scene you learn that the 50 year old kibbutz has been ... Read full review

Review: Murder on a Kibbutz (Michael Ohayon #3)

User Review  - Lynn - Goodreads

This was a good book that gave an up to date look at Kibbutz life today and the ramifications of this choice in today's Israeli society. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
29
Section 3
48
Section 4
78
Section 5
98
Section 6
114
Section 7
133
Section 8
151
Section 11
206
Section 12
226
Section 13
241
Section 14
259
Section 15
269
Section 16
293
Section 17
306
Section 18
327

Section 9
172
Section 10
189
Section 19
333
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About the author (1995)

Batya Gur (1947-2005) lived in Jerusalem, where she was a literary critic for Haaretz, Israel's most prestigious paper. She earned her master's in Hebrew literature at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and she also taught literature for nearly twenty years.

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