The Labyrinth of Osiris by Paul Sussman
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The Labyrinth of Osiris Summary
Detective Arieh-Ben Roi of the Jerusalem police is tasked with the investigation into the death of a well-known Israeli journalist, Rivka Kleinberg, who is found brutally murdered in a cathedral in Jerusalem. Known for her fearless exposés, Kleinberg had made many high-powered enemies, including international corporations, the Israeli government, and the Russian Mafia. Looking for leads, Ben-Roi begins researching which stories Kleinberg was working on before she died, and finds a connection to Egypt which confuses him.
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"[An] absolutely top-notch thrillercaptivating, intelligent and notably well-written, and with a depth of characterization which most thrillers don't even attempt." - The Daily Mail (UK)
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Paul Sussman was a journalist, author and field archaeologist, whose first novel, The Lost Army of Cambyses, was an international best seller that was translated into twenty-eight languages. Paul died suddenly in May 2012 after suffering a ruptured aneurysm. He is survived by his wife and two sons.
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