This review of D.J. McIntosh’s new novel, The Witch of Babylon, appeared in the July/August issue of Q&Q.
Reviewer Cori Dusmann writes:
The debut novel from Toronto writer D.J. McIntosh “ the first book in the Mesopotamian Trilogy “ is a far-reaching, ambitious endeavour that links the dark underside of international art dealing and the brutal looting of historic sites and museums in war-torn Iraq following the 2003 invasion. Called an antiquities thriller, The Witch of Babylon, which won the 2008 Arthur Ellis Award for best unpublished crime novel, combines ancient and modern political, religious, and art history in a fast-paced plot that spans several countries and cultures.
Read McIntosh’s “Last Word” essay on the ethics of historical events in fiction, also from the July/August issue of Q&Q
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