Groundbreaking translated police thriller that channels the great detective philosophies of Sherlock Holmes and Wallander.
Soul-shattering and profound detective novel from the international award-winning sensation.
WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW CAN NEVER HURT YOU.
Mazal Bengtson doesn't know what her husband was doing on the night of the storm. Inspector Avraham Avraham doesn't know how to begin his first murder case.
What they do both know is something of the victim's past that holds the key to understanding not just the murder, but stranger, more disturbing events.
For the things that happen in a long marriage, under strain may not always be against the law. Desperate to solve a terrible death, Avraham cannot mend what he cannot know.
Impressive! Dror Mishani writes with profound originality - Henning Mankell
A bittersweet story, with a fine twist at the end - Daily Mail, on The Missing File
An assured debut, with a wholly unexpected resolution - Guardian, best crime novels of 2013, on The Missing File
A thoughtful character study of a good man deeply troubled by issues of innocence and guilt - New York Times, on The Missing File
Compelling . . . Mishani has published a welcome sequel - Telegraph, on A Possibility of Violence
Avraham is quiet, stubbornly impressive and the novel is full of insights into love and sex - The Times
*STAR PICK* Takes us into the hearts of these compassionately drawn characters. Sensitive, perceptive and quietly memorable. - Crime Club
He writes in such a cool, one-paced style . . . Powerful insight . . . 'Those Swedish and Danish cops, they're not real,' Mishani seems to be saying. 'My steady, plodding Israelis show what police work really is.' - Jewish Chronicle
D. A. Mishani is a best-selling crime writer, screenwriter and literary scholar, specializing in the history of crime fiction. His crime novels have been translated into more than twenty languages, made into films and TV series, shortlisted for the CWA international dagger award and the Grand Prix de Litterature Policliere and won the prestigious Martin Beck award for best crime novel translated to Swedish and the Grand Prix du meilleur Polar de lecteurs de Points.
He lives in Tel Aviv and writes full time.