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A tense thriller about the return of an investigative journalist to Istanbul from America, the scene of Jeannie's teenage love affair with Sinan, a Turkish boy, as well as the place of operation of her father, a CIA agent. Jeannie is forced to confront her past when Sinan's wife asks her for help to regain her son, taken away from her by the American authorities when Sinan is arrested trying to enter the United States, A gripping novel involving a retired secret service informer, a msyterious 'trunk' murder, and a group of radical young students in a volatile political climate, in a Turkey where everyone is a suspect and noone is who they say they are.
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|Publisher:||Boyars, Marion Publishers, Incorporated|
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|File size:||1 MB|
About the Author
Maureen Freely is the translator of Orhan Pamuk, from the Turkish, and is Professor of Creative Writing at Warwick University. She is the author of four novels, published by Bloomsbury, and is working on her sixth novel, also based in Istanbul.