A novel based on the story of Eichmann's discovery, capture and execution. The scene shifts from Argentina to Israel, from London to Rome, as Franz and Becky try to come to terms with their fathers' world. By the author of "A Question of Loyalties", winner of the Scottish Book of the Year Award.
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'[Sins of the Father] has a sombre intelligence rare in current fiction ... Allan Massie treats evanescent joys and enduring, terrible questions with a patient art that begins to feel like life' - The Independent 'The ingenious and understated manner in which Massie treats the unforgotten and unforgiving makes this a tense and credible work' - The Times 'Challenges easy assumptions and skilfully explores complex moral dilemmas' - The Daily Telegraph 'This is a novel of ideas; not a twentieth-century one topped off with rereferences to sub-atomic physics, but a nineteenth-century novel of moral idea' - Independent on SundayAbout the Author:
Allan Massie, one of Scotland s foremost literary figures, was born in Singapore in 1938, grew up in Aberdeenshire and read history at Cambridge. He has published 23 works of fiction and nine of non-fiction, which include a string of highly successful historical novels. Perhaps his most masterly works are those set in contemporary society, which confront a wide range of difficult moral problems: The Death of Men, A Question of Loyalties (winner of the 1989 Saltire Society Book of the Year Award), Shadows of Empire, Surviving and, of course, The Sins of the Father. He is also one of Scotland s most respected political commentators and a prolific journalist whose book reviews always reflect his deep understanding of the art of writing.
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Book Description Hutchinson, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First Edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0091748399