Yishai Sarid

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Yishai Sarid is an Israeli novelist and a lawyer who specialises in civil and criminal litigation. In 2011 Sarid won the Grand Prix de Littérature Policière for best foreign crime novel of the year for his first novel, Easy Prey.

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2013

Sunday, 24 February 2013

Israeli secret service agents are at the heart of these new thrillers. In Yishai Sarid’s Limassol, an agent under cover poses as a novelist to ensnare the son of a Palestinian poet, a wanted terrorist suspect. In Jake Simons’ The Pure, a renegade Mossad operative arrives in London to wreak revenge on his former employers. A journey into a secret world, and a very human light on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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