Correction for the Week of November 25 

The year Kate Raphael encountered an abandoned car.

Our November 25 book review, "Murder in Palestine," stated that Kate Raphael's book was inspired by an abandoned car she encountered in 2003. In fact, she saw the car in 2004.



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