The Twelfth Night of Ramadan

Published in Britain and the US under the nom-de-plume of Kendal J Peel (‘d’ye ken John Peel’), Tom Stacey tells the story of Daniel Schofield, an oddball Englishman heading a Saudi-based landscape gardening team, who conceives a crime on an unheard-of scale, in the cause of a Dostoyevskian will for havoc and at fearful risk to its perpetrator. It is set at the end of the 1970s at the brink of an Arab assault upon Israel.


  1. atempler

    “Topkapi-style suspense and sophisticated political intrigue … the strong narrative is memorable for more than just plot. Thrillers of this kind are really novels with a backbone.”
    Daily Telegraph

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