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A complex tale of greed, guilt and lust. -- Sunday Telegraph
A dark, disgusting, disquieting tale. -- Literary Review
A scorching read ... A bloody literary mystery (very bloody at times) set among the Greek Islands with not one but two writers embroiled in murky religious goings on and the usual elixir that comes with heat, sex and money. A terrific read, bursting with ideas, that leaves one jealous of the young Mr Sherez's talent.
-- Adrian McKinty, author of the The Bloomsday Dead
Atmospheric, faultlessly written, perfectly paced and thought-provoking... The Black Monastery is a thriller of the highest quality. Stav Sherez's prose is at turns terse and lyrical and every word is in exactly the right place. -- Crimesquad.com
Stav Sherez is one of my favourite living crime writers. The Black Monastery is superb; thrilling and thought-provoking in equal measure. -- Nick Stone, author of Mr Clarinet
A dark, disgusting, disquieting tale.See all Product Description
I found the story to be very slow, not the best crime story I've read. I can not in all honesty recommend this book.Published 9 months ago by Dennis Williams
If the book were half its length it might be interesting. It may be that I didn't find the subject matter interesting others may enjoy it,Published 19 months ago by B F H
Cracking read. Would recommend this for any whodunit enthusiast.. Unusual setting too but a tale that moves at a good pace throughout.Published 20 months ago by Paul O'Shea
An unusual and quite bloodthirsty story - without the traditional happy ending for a change. The story, to me, was quite feasible, and of particular interest as I live in Greec.Published 20 months ago by Graham Jones
This who done it kept me guessing until the end. The setting was a lovely distraction. I would recommend this bookPublished 20 months ago by margaret jones
A tad predictable, but provided a days holiday reading. Not good enough to make me want to seek out more by the author.Published 20 months ago by L. J. Atack
Different from his other books that I have read and it took me a little while to get into the story but once I did I couldn't put it down.Published 23 months ago by Landlubber
Don't miss it. Fabulous wordsmith.An unusual and interesting plot. A very exciting new author. Read it in a couple of days.Published 23 months ago by Ms. Madeline Hackett