Rachel Monette journeys through France, Israel, and Africa attempting to ascertain who murdered her husband, becoming ensnarled in an Israeli politician's ambitions, and learning that her husband's book was responsible for his death.
Rachel Monette journeys through France, Israel, and Africa attempting to ascertain who murdered her husband, becoming ensnarled in an Israeli politician’s ambitions, and learning that her husband’s book was responsible for his death.
“The Fury of Rachel Monette may be one of the best books out this year…visual, frightening, fast-paced and mesmerizing. Its author is a natural-born artist, a brilliant young writer who has a truly remarkable talent for writing psychological thrillers of enormous power, depth and intensity.”
– The Denver Post
“Peter Abrahams has built a roller coaster of a novel…the suspense in this pell-mell story is too delicious to spoil….Abrahams gets an A-plus for construction. I give him high marks, too, for handling sex in a refreshing manner–taut and true, without trite details. One more kudo: Almost mercifully, the fury of Rachel Monette occasionally is relieved by flashes of her delightful humor.”
– The Los Angeles Times
“Steadily sustained suspense and smooth writing keep the reader hooked.”
– Publishers Weekly
“Difficult to put down and unflinchingly, compulsively brutal in detail, The Fury of Rachel Monette allows some lingering aftertastes…”
– The Houston Post