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The mystery is good, and the characters interesting and well developed, but it's the setting that is the most intriguing part.
FINDING NOUF was an enjoyable read and I'm excited that it's part of a series - definitely look forward to reading the other books featuring Nayir and Katya!
This is a detective story which, despite being fictional, provides an endearing insight into the lives, culture and religious matters in a Gulf country.
I'm not fond of mysteries; however, this was very readable. I read it only because it was this month"s pick by my book group, but they all loved it. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Allen42
The book started off well. It was a great page turner, but it became monotonous. The author had a problem wrapping thing up.Published 2 months ago by DarMar
I enjoyed this book, although I don't usually read mysteries, and remembering the many Middle Eastern names was a bit of a challenge. Read morePublished 2 months ago by S. H. Semsch
Engaging story in a different culture that makes us think about our beliefs and right and wrong.Published 2 months ago by Linda Corkadel
Unusual detective mystery, but definitely holds your attention as well as giving you a glimpse into the very different world of the Saudi culture.Published 3 months ago by Christine D.
Excellent atmosphere, affecting main two characters, but I almost did not finish the book because of the flawed writing. First, the good points, then the flaws:
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The book Finding Nouf, was a book club selection for a book club that I belong to. Not one that I would have chosen since it was a tragic story.Published 3 months ago by Beverly Becker
I lived with my family (all Americans) in Saudi Arabia for ten years and loved the experience, though the culture was quite different. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anne G