Talking to the Enemy

By: Mandelman, Avner

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Fore corners worn, mild creasing to front card cover ; A bright solid, book ; Trade PB; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 96 pages; ""Pity" draws the reader through the descending layers of horror of an Israeli soldier who is party to an assassination attempt gone terribly wrong. In "Terror" a man recalls a traumatic childhood incident that taught him family comes first—before justice, before fear. On a lighter note, "Mish-Mash" is a comical tornado set off when a winning lottery ticket is discovered in a less-than-conventional family, best described as "Sholem Aleichem writes Peyton Place on speed" (Montreal Gazette). Underneath their often brash exteriors Mandelman’s characters search for reconciliation and fulfillment in a land where conflict is a part of everyday life. Mandelman ensnares readers in intense plot-driven narratives that are pierced through with unexpected and ingenious twists. Beneath the surface of the often sparse prose lies evocative, unanswered questions about humanity. Every story delivers a thoroughly engrossing read with an unforgettable ending."

Title: Talking to the Enemy

Author Name: Mandelman, Avner

Categories: Short stories, Short Fiction,

Publisher: Canada, Oberon Press: 1998

ISBN Number: 0778011097

ISBN Number 13: 9780778011095

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 9820

Keywords: War Literature & Fiction Short Fiction Israel