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Ellis Shuman
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Author of The Virtual Kibbutz and Valley of Thracians
Author of The Virtual Kibbutz and Valley of Thracians

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Romantic Weekend in Israel’s other Walled Old City
We lift our glasses of champagne to toast the setting sun. The Mediterranean is golden, nearly wave free as evening falls. Framing our view are white roofs topped with solar panels and satellite dishes. We hear vendors’ cries from the alleyway below and the...

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Review of The Man Who Wanted to Know Everything
A middle-aged woman has been brutally murdered in her home and Inspector Avraham Avraham is called to the scene. Two clues present themselves to the inspector. The woman was the victim of a rape that he had investigated years before, and a policeman was see...

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Here's your chance to purchase the book at a discounted price! Over 160 reviews on Amazon. Enjoy the read!

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Valley of Thracians Now on Sale
Valley of Thracians - a suspenseful thriller set in modern day Bulgaria - is now at sale for just $0.99 / £0.99. "Gripping, mysterious thriller with convincing characters, beautiful descriptions, ancient relics and modern quests" Purchase your copy of Valle...

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My latest book review posted on The Times of Israel - THE MAN WHO WANTED TO KNOW EVERYTHING by D.A. Mishani.

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How did a ‘profound’ dyslexic who can’t read sheet music or speak the language end up living in a small village in north-central Bulgaria singing songs representative of that country?

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Gripping, Mysterious Thriller
Reviewed by Alison Jack. VALLEY OF THRACIANS begins with grandfather Simon Matthews travelling from Chicago to Bulgaria in order to search for his grandson, Scott. Scott had gone missing while working for the Peace Corps three years previously, during which...

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Review of The Mountain Shadow by Gregory David Roberts
Many readers – male readers that is – say that Shantaram is their favorite book ever. Who would not be captivated by the epic adventures of an Australian bank robber and heroin addict who escapes from prison and travels to India and the tumultuous struggles...

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Recent Reads December 2016 Edition
The train pulls away from the station and I pick up my book. This is how I start each day, well, this is how I start the productive part of each day. I read for nearly 40 minutes while traveling to work in the morning. I read for nearly 40 minutes traveling...

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Book review: Judas by Amos Oz
The very first line of Judas , the most recent novel by acclaimed Israeli author Amos Oz, sets the mood for the entire book. “Here is a story from the winter days of the end of 1959 and the beginning of 1960. It is a story of error and desire, of unrequited...
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