Baksheesh

By Esmahan Aykol; Ruth Whitehouse (Translator)
(Bitter Lemon Press, Paperback, 9781908524041, 245pp.)

Publication Date: February 2013

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Description

In Istanbul nothing happens without baksheesh. All fine until you’re the suspected murderer of the man you’ve paid off.




About the Author

Esmahan Aykol: Esmahan Aykol was born in 1970 in Edirne, Turkey. She lives in Istanbul and Berlin. During her law studies she was a journalist for a number of Turkish publications and radio stations. After a stint as a bartender she turned to fiction writing. She has written three Katie Hirschel novels. Hotel Bosphorus is the first and has been published in Turkish, German, French and soon in Italian.
Ruth Whitehouse: Ruth Whitehouse worked as a violinist in Ankara. She pursued her interest in Turkish culture and literature by doing by obtaining a PhD in Turkish Literature at SOAS in London. This is her first translation of a full novel but her work has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in April 2010 in a series called Young Turks, featuring translations of work by young Turkish writers.

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