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O Labirinto de Osíris Desde que se viram pela ltima vez, a vida de Yusuf Khalifa da pol cia de Luxor, e de Arieh Ben Roi, detetive em Jerusal m, mudou Ben Roi, prestes a ser pai pela primeira vez, investiga um crime tenebroso no Patriarcado Arm nio de Jerusal m A v tima, uma jornalista chamada Rivka Kleinberg, andava a investigar o tr fico de seres humanos para explora o sexual em Israel Quando surge uma liga o entre Kleinberg e um engenheiro brit nico desaparecido de Luxor em , Ben Roi pede ajuda ao velho amigo e colega Khalifa A vida de Khalifa tamb m mudou, mas, no seu caso, n o para melhor No meio de uma trag dia pessoal e embrenhado numa investiga o uma s rie de envenenamentos de po os no deserto eg pcio , acede a ajudar o amigo israelita As duas investiga es interligam se, arrastando Ben Roi e Khalifa para uma sinistra rede de viol ncia, abuso, falta de tica empresarial e terrorismo anticapitalista E no cora o dessa rede encontra se o labirinto um mist rio eg pcio com mais de tr s mil anos que j fez com que Rivka Kleinberg perdesse a vida, e ela n o ser a ltima v tima



10 thoughts on “O Labirinto de Osíris

  1. says:

    Paul Sussman, journalist and archaeologist, brings the cities and deserts of Israel and Egypt to life Combining police investigations with historical puzzles, the complex and deeply layered stories are set within the context of the cultural and religious conditions that mark these societies This fourth novel reunites previous characters Arieh Ben Roe, a detective in Jerusalem and Yusu


  2. says:

    Won through a Goodreads Giveaway This is the first novel I have read by the late Paul Sussman but it will not be the last Although it s saddening that this collection of stories involving Yusuf Khalifa and Arieh Ben Roi, I look forward to reading the other two books that preceded this one The story is told in such a atmospheric and descriptive manner that it s hard not to feel like I m in


  3. says:

    A riveting well written adventure story, much to enjoy and unlike many other books of a similar vein no compromises.


  4. says:

    an exellent book.interesting and thrilling with lots of historical and political information plus lovable characters.


  5. says:

    Another fantastic read.


  6. says:

    I flew through the four pack of Sussman books, and now I am sad that there are noThese are the books I keep hoping Steve Berry will write They are modern day Indiana Jones I love the Egyptology, the archaeology, the history The mysteries are fascinating, and the stories are engrossing The characters are well written and have depth, which is unusual for a historical mystery thriller The setting is fun, di


  7. says:

    Really interesting book Lots of facts, history and current politic through the World Really liked it and makes me sad that it ended.


  8. says:

    The anti queer parts were just tiring I don t know if we re expected by the author to sympathise with those ideas of Ben Roi s I would guess not but it s just tiring as a queer reader I wish Zisky was aprominent character.


  9. says:

    Despite receiving this as part of the Transworld Historical Reading Challenge, this book is set firmly in modern times beginning with a murder in the Armenian Cathedral in Jerusalem and stretching back to the death of an Egyptoglist in the 1930 in Luxor This an intrigue crime thriller set in one of the most complicated areas of the modern world Jerusalem and Luxor with two detectives from very different cultures and


  10. says:

    A book I would have liked to take on holiday with me, just to be able to read without the interferences of everyday life Starting in Luxor, Egypt in 1931 with a young boy witnessing something distressing and moving quickly to the present day with a murder in the Armenian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem the investigation fans out in what appears to be unlinked ways Confronting in the descriptions of the seedy side o


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About the Author: Paul Sussman

He was educated at Merchant Taylors School and St John s College, Cambridge, where he won a Joseph Larmor Award and a boxing blue His novels have been translated into 33 languages and are set mainly in Egypt, where he worked for many years as a field archaeologist, notably with the Amarna Royal Tombs Project in the Valley of the Kings Among other finds, he unearthed the only items of pharaonic jewellery to have been excavated in the Valley since the discovery of Tutankhamun in 1922 As a journalist he was a long time contributor to the The Big Issue, where he won a Periodical Publishers Association Columnist of the Year Award for his satirical In The News column He has also written for, among others, The Independent, The Guardian, The Evening Standard, The Daily Telegraph, The Spectator, Cosmopolitan and CNN.com.On 31st May 2012, Paul Sussman died suddenly from a ruptured aneurysm, leaving a wife and two sons.http en.wikipedia.org wiki Paul_Sus


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