Big thanks to Tim Clark, who wrote, among other things:
“Put a haunted man in a haunted house. . .and you have a Halloween hair-raiser. But it’s more than that. Bohjalian, with a dozen well-received novels to his credit, understands trauma: how long it takes to recover from unimaginable pain, and how people who have never experienced it rarely understand.”
Here is the full review (note, the cover was changed to the black background with the door):
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Sorry to admit that I haven’t read any of your books… my husband just drew my attention to you after reading an article in today’s The Armenian Weekly. My question – do you have any ancestors from Fursul (Ottoman Empire, now Lebanon)? Specifically, a cotton dealer named Hacop Bohjalian with at least two sons, Asdik (b. 1876 in Fursul;d.1919 in England) & Ohannes (living @ Alexandria, Egypt 1919)?
If the answer is yes, do please get in touch. If it’s no, I shall start reading your books anyway!
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