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The Second Rider (Paperback)
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The Second Rider (Paperback)

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Paperback 320 Pages / Published: 04/10/2018
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Publisher: Europa Editions
ISBN: 9781609454722
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 210 x 135 mm

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“Not playing by the rules really does get results.....”

It’s Vienna after WWI. The imperial jewel of the Austro-Hungarian empire is a city that has lost its glittering brilliance… shortages, deprivation, criminality and the majority of the population have lost hope.... More

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“The next Babylon Berlin?”

This debut, the first in a new historical detective series, both thrills and charms. The Second Rider introduces Inspector August Emmerich and his side-kick Ferdinand Winter of the Vienna police force. They are... More

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“Thriller set in post WW1 VIENNA”

Vienna, post WW1, is a pretty desolate and run down place. Poverty abounds and the only functioning market is the black one. Basics, like coffee and eggs, are a real treat. The streets are occupied by the homeless –... More

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