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The Sound and the Fury
William Faulkner
The Last Man
Anne McWhir
In Search of Walid Masoud (Middle East Literature in Translation)
Allen Roger M. A., Adnan Haydar, Jabra Ibrahim Jabra, جبرا إبراهيم جبرا
Hole in One - Catherine Aird Aird has an interesting style: several characters get the opportunity to have little monologues in their heads as commentary on the audible conversation. It's distracting, often a non sequiter and gives the impression that no-one is paying attention to anyone else. I think the author is trying to build some character knowledge, which is decent of her because there's way too many similar characters for such a small book. Well, anyway, if you like mysteries that depend on a train-timetable attention to detail, you'll probably like this. Some of the dialogue, when not being blanketed in inner monologues, is witty. In my secret heart I would like policewoman Perkins ("Polly") and the bar manager at the golf club (Molly) to live happily ever after in golfing bliss.