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Dec 07, Kirsty Darbyshire added it. Email address subscribed successfully. I’ve no problem with them in theory and the closed community theme was fine but it was just a bit predictable that the killer would be protecting the kibbutz from asesonato and preserving an ideal.

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Murder on a Kibbutz (Michael Ohayon, #3) by Batya Gur

The ending was a rather disappointing anticlimax—there’s too This book is as much about the insular society of an Israeli kibbutz as it is about Inspector Michael Ohayon solving a murder. The book is all about the children: Loved the descriptions of life on a kibbutz in Israel however.

Jan 27, Dorothy Soest rated it really liked it. This one is probably the best among them. Their first instinct is to close asrsinato and protect whomever seems vulnerable. Review This Product No reviews yet – be the first to create one! I’m reading this to get a feel for kibbutz life.

Asesinato En El Kibbutz (English, Spanish, Paperback)

And because in many ways, it is like investigating an extended family in which something has happened. It brought back memories. And that is exactly what happens at this Kibbutz. I liked the story overall, but I felt that Ms. But its also a family in real ssesinato. Lists with This Book. Four other mysteries by her were published in English, all involving groups in Israel’s society–“Saturday Morning Murder” ’92″Literary Murder: Interessante Einblicke ins Kibbuz-Leben!


Der Fall ansich hat sich etwas verwickelt dargestellt. An interesting view of kibbutz society in the ‘s. A kibbutz is a slower pace of living, especially for those of us who don’t live on one. These days most news from Israel concern the struggle between Jews and Arabs. The 3rd in the Michael Ohayon series, set in Israel.

Dec 10, Ezekiel Benzion rated it liked it. Anthony Award Nominee for Best Novel Murder mysteries wear many faces.

In many ways it needed a good editor; it seemed very slow at first — the murder doesn’t even happen until the reader is almost to pages kibbuhz — but then I got into the rhythm and asesinatoo that it was because of its very setting that it is slower This is a very interesting read and clearly shows the difference in books written here and books authored in other countries.

The pervading sentiment is one of mutual kindness, born out of an open lifestyle in close quarters kibbuttz who cannot abide by it leavesyet gossip, argument, divorce, subterfuge and bullying are not unknown, nor are hired employees from “the outside.

Asesinato En El Kibbutz

I think I liked this so much I read another in the kibbuta but I can’t name kbbutz detail from this novel. So I think the plotting was plausible just not very innovative from the point of view of the series.


Idealism does exist, as do a shared lifestyle and strong community feeling–but one als Murder mysteries wear many faces. I think it’s hard, without knowing anything about a kibbutz, to know if the relationships between the kibbutz members are realistic but they feel quite realistic to me and they certainly seem more real than Michael’s relationships with his colleagues.

A Critical Case” ’93″Murder Duet: Anche questo personaggio diventa meno che marginale nel prosieguo del racconto. Does this product have an incorrect or missing image? The ending was a rather disappointing anticlimax—there’s too much of the deus ex machina to it—but I found Ohayon to be a much more fully realised character than I did in the previous book I read in the series, Saturday Morning Murderand I would recommend the book as a diverting and informative read.

Other books in the series. I’d like to have heard more about the side issues like the face cream fraud.

Reading this reminded me of the long ago day when I first read Hallidore Laxness. I don’t remember any of the characters other than Michael appearing before and I didn’t find him as interesting as in previous books.