Original Title: Wer im Trüben fischt
11.8 x 18.7 cm,
4.6 x 7.4 Inches
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Publishing House: btb
Date of publication:
April 9, 2012
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For all readers of Nele Neuhaus and Liza Marklund
Journalist Emma has left her home town Bremen after a scandal. She is trying to settle down at her job for a radio station in Berlin when the American professor Tom Rosenberg is murdered. Emma is the first to report on what has happened at the university. She finds out that the Jewish scientist had German roots and that his publications didn't exactly make him popular in some circles.
With her investigations, Emma gets in the way of Inspector Edgar Blume, who is in charge of the case. She uncovers an incredible story of envy, love and betrayal going back to the Bauhaus scene before the war in which even honourable Berlin circles are involved. And she notices almost too late that the killer has long since had his eyes on her…
“An impressive debut, which we hope will be followed by even more suspenseful crime novels.”
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