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November 25, 1983 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-25

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10 Friday, November 25, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Espionage Litvinoff Theme

Arkady Renko, is called in
to investigate the bizarre
murder of a Tel Aviv
businessman.
Finding the murderer
proves no problem as the
crime was committed in
broad daylight and the
suspect turns himself in
with no resistance. The
identity of the suspect
and his motive for mur-
der are another matter,
however. The case leads
Shomron to one of the
most amazing cover-ups
in Israeli history.
Litvinoff, born in Eng-
land, has written novels,
plays.

Award-winning author
Emanuel Litvinoff weaves a
tale of espionage and in-
trigue in his latest novel,
"Falls the Shadow" (Stein
and Day).
The story is set in Israel
with the main character
being a fictitious Tel Aviv
detective named Shomron.
Shomron, a protagonist in
the style of "Gorky's Park's"

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