The Gates of Ivory
In this sequel to The Radiant Way and A Natural Curiosity, the author extends her viewpoint to embrace the suffering of Cambodia and the moral nightmare of uncounted deaths. One day Liz receives a parcel from Cambodia which contains, together with a finger bone, scraps of writing by her friend.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - flydodofly - LibraryThing
intelligent, very well researched, witty and revealing. the characters are so well presented and believable, they almost reminded me of people I know. an excellent read. Read full review
THE GATES OF IVORYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
So comfortable has Drabble become with the baggy formula for her our-gang novels (The Radiant Way, Natural Curiosity) that here she even appends a bibliography, a list of actual books that her ... Read full review