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Murder under the fig tree a Palestine mystery by Kate Jessica Raphael

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Jewish lesbians,
  • Women detectives,
  • Murder,
  • Police,
  • Investigation,
  • Gay culture,
  • Fiction

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Edition Notes

StatementKate Jessica Raphael
SeriesPalestine mystery
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3618.A7254 M88 2017
The Physical Object
Pagination359 pages
Number of Pages359
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26939166M
ISBN 101631522744
ISBN 109781631522741
LC Control Number2017941633
OCLC/WorldCa970683583

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  That being said, _The Fig Tree Murder_ is mediocre. The plot is a little convoluted, and the mystery itself is lackluster. The story revolves around the expansion of a railway north of Cairo,its planned route anxiously anticipated, but also creating chaos in conservative, rural Egypt/5(6). Holidays for Molly Prendergast usually meant accompanying her husband, Giles, to the annual conference for physics lecturers. When the conference is held in Huddersfield and a school friend invites Molly to accompany her on a two-week holiday to a Greek island, the choice is obvious. While in Greece, Molly starts a novel, Under the Fig Tree, which she finishes on her return to England. While. Under the Fig Tree is a book of 46 drawings, photographs, and paintings inspired by Lenten themes, readings, and stories for each day of Lent and Holy Week. The images, like snapshots, are colorful, inspired, and ripe with emotion. The reader receives an opportunity to reflect, slow down, and walk with Jesus as a friend and disciple, to sit /5(18). The Fig Tree Difference. Under the Fig Tree experiences are not your typical tours where tourist sites and gift shops shape the itinerary. Ezekiel shapes what we do and how we do it: "See with your eyes, hear with your ears, and set your heart on all that I show you for that's why I brought you here.

  Inside the cover of Kate Jessica Raphael’s new mystery, Murder Under the Fig Tree: A Palestine Mystery (She Writes Press, Berkeley, , pp., $) is a detailed map of the West Bank, like those maps in fantasy novels with places marked “forbidden lands” or “land of dragons.” Instead here are the fractured lands of Palestine’s West Bank, scarred by a vast network of roads. Home» Murder Under the Fig Tree: A Palestine Mystery Murder Under the Fig Tree: A Palestine Mystery (Paperback) By Kate Jessica Raphael. $ If you order a book by phone or through our website, we will let you know when it is ready for pick-up at the door. You can also come into the store. Hamas has taken power in Palestine, and the Israeli government is rounding up threats. When Palestinian policewoman Rania Bakara finds herself thrown in prison, though she has never been part of Hamas, her friend Chloe flies in from San Francisco to get her out. Chloe begs an Israeli policeman named Benny for help—and Benny offers Rania a way out: investigate the death of a young man in a. Hamas has taken power in Palestine, and the Israeli government is rounding up threats. When Palestinian policewoman Rania Bakara finds herself thrown in prison, though she has never been part of Hamas, her friend Chloe flies in from San Francisco to get .