Novel, 176 pages, 2012, ISBN: 978-975-07-1555-6, 11+, Cover illustration by Sedat Girgin

We meet a reporter in Question Marks in His Hair: A character who has never given up asking questions, being curious; and who has always been into detective stories and movies. He also worked at a photo shop for a while. To be brief, we meet a character who seems to be the right person to be a reporter... Nowadays, he works as an announcer for weekend news and one day, he announces that a 10-year-old is missing as a newsbreak. Before he leaves the channel building, he makes a copy of the missing boy's photo because the photo was taken at the shop that our reporter used to work. So, along with him, we start to chase after the missing boy, Mert. In the book, the story of Mert's missing is told part by part from different narrators: His family members and the people in the neighbourhood. And even Mert starts to tell his story in the upcoming pages...

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