Catalog

Record Details

Catalog Search


Search Results Showing Item 2 of 70 Preferred library: Peabody - Peabody Institute Library?

Dark at the crossing / Elliot Ackerman.

Ackerman, Elliot, (author.).
Book Book (2017.)
Description: 237 pages ; 25 cm
Publisher: New York : Alfred E. Knopf, 2017.
14 of 16 copies available at NOBLE (All Libraries).
3 of 3 copies available at Peabody - Peabody Institute Library. (Show preferred library)
1 current hold with 16 total copies.
Library Location Call Number Status Due Date
Peabody Main Adult New Fiction NEW Fiction/ Ackerman (Text to Phone) Available -
Peabody South Branch Adult New Fiction NEW Fiction/ Ackerman (Text to Phone) Available -
Peabody West Branch Adult Fiction Fiction/ Ackerman (Text to Phone) Available -
Beverly Main NEW Fiction/ Ackerman (Text to Phone) Available -
Danvers New Fiction Fic / Ackerman (Text to Phone) Available -
Endicott College General Collection PS 3601 .C5456 D37 2017 (Text to Phone) In process -
Gloucester Adult Fiction FICTION/ Ackerman (Text to Phone) Available -
Lynn Adult Fiction Fiction/ Ackerman (Text to Phone) Available -
Marblehead Adult New Fiction NEW FICTION ACKERMAN, ELLIOT 2017 (Text to Phone) Checked out 12/26/2017
Reading Adult New Fiction NEW FICTION ACK (Text to Phone) Available -
Next 10 »

  • ISBN: 9781101947371
  • ISBN: 1101947373
  • ISBN: 9781524711030
  • ISBN: 1524711039
  • Edition: First Edition.
Summary: "[A] timely new novel of stunning humanity and tension: a contemporary love story set on the Turkish border with Syria" -- provided by publisher.
"Haris Abadi is a man in search of a cause. An Arab American with a conflicted past, he is now in Turkey, attempting to cross into Syria and join the fight against Bashar al-Assad's regime. But he is robbed before he can make it, and is taken in by Amir, a charismatic Syrian refugee and former revolutionary, and Amir's wife, Daphne, a sophisticated beauty haunted by grief. As it becomes clear that Daphne is also desperate to return to Syria, Haris's choices become ever more wrenching: Whose side is he really on? Is he a true radical or simply an idealist? And will he be able to bring meaning to a life of increasing frustration and helplessness?" -- page 4 of cover.

Citation:

Ackerman, Elliot. "Dark at the crossing." New York : Alfred E. Knopf, 2017.
Search Results Showing Item 2 of 70 Preferred library: Peabody - Peabody Institute Library?

Additional Resources