A Grave in Gaza by Matt Beynon Rees
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A Grave in Gaza Summary
As he tries to save the lives of two men, Omar Yussef is confronted with the corruption and violence of Gazas warring government factions and the criminal gangs with which they are connected.
A Grave in Gaza Reviews
"The zany plot is interesting despite its implausibility, and the richly detailed descriptions, complete with deliberately brutal details of torture and death, emphasize Omar Yussef's peril and the violent tumult of the Middle East." - Publishers Weekly.
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Matt Beynon Rees Author Biography
Journalist and author Matt Beynon Rees was born in Wales in 1967 and studied at
Oxford University and the University of Maryland. He then worked as a financial
reporter in London, Washington D.C. and New York before becoming the first
Middle East correspondent for The Scotsman in 1996. He speaks
fluent Arabic and lives in Jerusalem.
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