The Butcher's Theatre, Paperback

The Butcher's Theatre Paperback



Murder is never clear-cut. In the '60s Jerusalem was dubbed 'The Butcher's Theatre'.

Decades later and the City of Peace is about to regain that title.

The corpse of a young Arab girl has been found - her body violated and then carved up with chilling precision.

Sexual murders are virtually unheard of in Jerusalem and the killing throws an already unstable city into turmoil. Chief Inspector Daniel Shalom Sharavi, himself a Yemenite Jew, takes charge of the case.

But with political and religious tensions in the city muddying the murder trail, could he be about to lose the killer in the confusion?




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