shantytown, a crime novella first published in 1998, is the latest.
The smells waft through the shantytown of tents and tires known as the Maidan, the main square in Kiev.
In shantytown, the titular slum of Buenos Aires is the backdrop for a series of killings that threaten the entire community.
Then one day on set, three slum girls came to watch the crew film in their shantytown.
shantytown succeeds both as a compelling modern noir and a revealing depiction of life in the third world.
When they were done, they brought take-out bags for the junkie and Francis in the shantytown.
I came to my senses in one of the bedrooms of the shantytown Hotel.
Perry was hardly ever around for her now, buried in his work, buried with the kids from the shantytown and with Francis.
Those kids probably live in the shantytown we passed this morning.
They got in the car and drove across the road to the shantytown.
[origin uncertain; perhaps fr Irish sean-tig, ''old house''; perhaps fr Canadian French chantier, although this is more probably a borrowing of shanty]