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Simple enough He is to help capture an aging Nazi collaborator who has become a war profiteer But nothing is simple in the Balkans Petric is also being used as bait The Small PDF to lure his uarry into the open and when the operation goes sour he is drawn across Europe into a dangerous laby. I ve become a fan of a growing number of authors over the years They have earned my allegiance by never letting me down at least in any significant wayDan Fesperman is decidedly one of these authors I don t want to waste time repeating what many other reviewers have already described plot character etcI just felt compelled to record my high regard for Mr Fesperman s writingFortunately for me there are still a few novels of his I ve yet to read Good to have a great read to look forward to

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The Small Boat of Great Sorrows

Vlado Petric a former homicide Boat of PDF #201 detective in Sarajevo is now living in exile and making a meagre living working at a Berlin construction site when an American investigator for the International War Crimes Tribunal recruits him to return home on a mission The assignment sounds. I do not remember how I got onto this series but I am glad that I did I recently read Len Deighton s XPD which dealt with WWII echoes down the corridor the same thing happens in this one with the WWII goings on in Yugoslavia dripping into modern day Italy the Balkan countries that came into being in the early to mid 1990s Vlado Petric is recruited from his menial euipment operator job in Berlin to return to Sarajevo to help hunt war criminals but just as in the first book he is an unwitting pawn in a sprawling game We learn about him his parents his extended family and others than

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Rinth of secret identities stolen gold and horrifying discoveries about his own family’s past Intelligent and suspenseful The Small Boat of Great Sorrows brings together chilling crimes the lies people live and the cold facts of international politics into a masterful electrifying thriller. Interestingexciting plot engaging read The language struck me as excessively American at times though distracting me from the story I found it particularly unlikely that the protagonist would speak such flawless idiomatic American English given his background The same applied to other non native English speaking characters and it was even acknowledged in the writing I think than once how idiomatic the language was I guess the author has a thing for playing with idioms and collouialisms


10 thoughts on “The Small Boat of Great Sorrows

  1. says:

    War crimes Balkan's war and WW2 Last 30 pages a great ride

  2. says:

    Veryvery goodBetter than the firstPity the author didn't continue the series

  3. says:

    I do not remember how I got onto this series but I am glad that I did I recently read Len Deighton's XPD which dealt with WWII echoes down the corridor the same thing happens in this one with the WWII goings on in Yugoslavia dripping into modern day Italy the Balkan countries that came into being in the early to mid 1990s Vlado Petric is recruited from his menial euipment operator job in Berlin to return to Sa

  4. says:

    Sort of the follow up to Lie in the Dark Truly wonderful book though if I had to go to a desert island with just one of them it would probably be Lie in the Dark

  5. says:

    What wouldn't be an exciting read with the Balkan wars a couple of war criminals andVlado Petric a Berlin construction worker at the beginning of the book detailed to the International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague where his local knowledge of Sarajevo and its surrounding towns and villages are deemed important to the Tribunal? Petric had earlier been a police detective in Sarajevo until he

  6. says:

    I've become a fan of a growing number of authors over the years They have earned my allegiance by never letting me down at least in any significant wayDan Fesperman is decidedly one of these authors I don't want to waste time repeati

  7. says:

    A fitting seuel to Vlado Petric's story from Lie in the Dark the action begins in Berlin with Vlado as a refugee with his family He is approached by an American Calvin Pine who is a War Crimes Tribunal who needs Vlado to help him plan an undercover operation against a war criminal Over the course of the investiga

  8. says:

    Interestingexciting plot engaging read The language struck me as excessively American at times though distracting me from the story

  9. says:

    Always good to find a new to me historical mystery writer The Balti Sun says A literary thriller with historical perspective Set in 1998 this is book #2 and I hope to check out others This one centered on war crimes from WWII than the Balkans

  10. says:

    A book with great depth and history along with great sorrows One of my favorite authors

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