BOOKS:


THE BASEMENT MAN, 2013.
ON BARBECUE AND SUNDRY DISORDERS, 2008.
WHEN PEOPLE DISAPPEAR, 2003.
REALLY?, 2000.
RAISE HIGH YOUR TORCH, 1996.
"Rejhana seeks to reconnect with her family members and friends, as much as to resolve the mystery of her father’s alleged suicide."

"THE BASEMENT MAN"

(novel, 540 pages, 2013, Sarajevo/Zagreb, publisher: BUYBOOK, language: bosnian/croatian/serbian)


Rejhana, a girl from the town of Bihać in Bosnia and Herzegovina, studies classical guitar in the U.S. She’s spending her summer vacation back in her hometown, where her brother had an accident that is difficult to explain: in front of his friends, he threw himself from the roof of “the Chapel,” a half-finished edifice and a favorite place for young people to hang around. In addition to her eccentric brother and her slightly menopausal mother, Rejhana’s family includes one ghost, her father Kemal, a man who lost his life during the recent Bosnian war under circumstances which have never been clarified.

Taking advantage of her stay in Bihać, Rejhana seeks to reconnect with her family members and friends, as much as to resolve the mystery of her father’s alleged suicide. A stranger begins to send her emails... (READ MORE)


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