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A Chemical Prison

Nadel, Barbara. Book - 2000 On Order None on shelf 3 requests on 0 copies Community Rating: 0 out of 5

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Inspector Cetin Ikmen and forensic pathologist Arto Sarkissian have been friends since childhood, and their work together in Istanbul's criminal justice system has only served to cement their friendship. When they're both called to a flat to investigate the death of a twenty-year-old, there is no reason to think their relationship will alter. The case, however, is a strange one. Ikmen learns from the neighbours that they have never seen the man enter or leave the flat. The only visitor they're aware of is a solitary, well-dressed Armenian. Stranger still is that the limbs of the body are withered, and the victim seems to have been kept prisoner inside a gilded cage. What is it that's making Ikmen's old friend Arto, himself an Armenian, especially uncomfortable about the case?

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PUBLISHED
London : Headline, ©2000 (2001 [printing])
Year Published: 2000
Description: 438 pages ; 18 cm
Language: English
Format: Book

ISBN/STANDARD NUMBER
0747262187
9780747262183

SUBJECTS
Police -- Istanbul -- Fiction.
Istanbul (Turkey) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Fiction.
Detective and mystery stories.