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The Small Boat of Great Sorrows
The Small Boat of Great Sorrows
Author: Dan Fesperman
ISBN-13: 9780552151757
ISBN-10: 0552151750
Pages: 458
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Publisher: Black Swan, Bantam Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Winner of CWA Steel Dagger for Thriller of the Year. Published in Great Britain. "Thoroughly recommended; has the tang of someone writing with conviction, compassion and, above all, an understanding of the Balkans." from Observer. "Petric, former detective in Sarajavo, has left his homeland to join his wife and daughter in Germany where he scratches a meagre living among the dust of former conflicts on the building sites of the new Berlin. Returning home one evening, he finds an enigmatic American investigator waiting for him. Calvin Pine works for the International War Crimes Tribunal, and he tells Petric that they want him to go to The Hague. It does not take Petric long to acceps, especially when Pine tells h8im who they are after: one of the men who may be responsible for the terrible massacre of Srebrenica." -- from back cover. EXCELLENT.