The Final Bet: A Novel (Hoopoe Fiction)

  • Title: The Final Bet: A Novel (Hoopoe Fiction)
  • Author: Abdelilah Hamdouchi Jonathan Smolin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Final Bet A Novel Hoopoe Fiction When young and handsome Othman married Sofia sophisticated French rich and forty years his senior he found his ticket out of a life of desperate poverty in the slums of Casablanca But when Sofia is
    When young and handsome Othman married Sofia sophisticated, French, rich, and forty years his senior he found his ticket out of a life of desperate poverty in the slums of Casablanca.But when Sofia is brutally murdered, the police quickly zero in on Othman as the prime suspect.With his mistress, the love of his life, waiting in the wings he certainly has motive But is heWhen young and handsome Othman married Sofia sophisticated, French, rich, and forty years his senior he found his ticket out of a life of desperate poverty in the slums of Casablanca.But when Sofia is brutally murdered, the police quickly zero in on Othman as the prime suspect.With his mistress, the love of his life, waiting in the wings he certainly has motive But is he guilty Or has he been framed by an overzealous, corrupt police force

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    1. It’s a murder mystery, but the identity of the killer is practically circled with a yellow highlighter early in the book, and the motive is easy to guess. So don’t read it for the mystery, read it for the view into Moroccan class differences and the culture of its police and justice system.

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