The most unlikely detective in modern whodunnits

There's a review of The Samaritan's Secret, the third of my Palestinian crime novels, in The Sowetan, South Africa, today by Nthabisang Moreosele. I'm rather delighted with it, as it sums up the ways in which I've tried to create a different kind of detective in my books.

"Omar Yussef is the most unlikely detective in modern whodunnits," the review states. "He does not study fingerprints, collect physical evidence or check alibis...He believes that one must intervene in the present to shape history."

Read the rest of the review here.

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