The March Fallen - A Gereon Rath Mystery (Paperback)Volker Kutscher (author)
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It is 1933 and a dead man has been found lying under railway arches in Berlin. An old soldier, hideously disfigured, he has been killed mysteriously. Gereon Rath is brought onto the case while his fiancee, Charlotte Ritter, blazes her own trail. Meanwhile, the Nazis consolidate their hold on power, the Reichstag is burned down, and things become a lot worse not only for Berlin's Jewish community but also for those police officers who can remain in action.
Publisher: Sandstone Press Ltd
Number of pages: 525
Weight: 370 g
Dimensions: 196 x 130 x 32 mm
Kutscher captures the zeitgeist with chilling accuracy.' - Laura Wilson, The Guardian
Gritty and gripping; Kutscher is amaster of historical noir.' - Lin Anderson
An evocative blend of history and fiction.' - Paul Burke, CrimeTime
Kutscher brings us another stunning, atmospheric story of Pre war Berlin... Another triumph!' - David J Dickson, The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland
'Kutscher successfully conjures up the dangerous decadence of the Weimar years, with blood on the Berlin streets and the Nazis lurking menacingly in the wings.' - Sunday Times
'If you like crime, historical or translated fiction, this gives you all three.' - Nicola Sturgeon
'[Babylon Berlin is a] gripping evocative thriller.' - Mail on Sunday
I really enjoyed this book, chillingly set against he inexorable rise of the most evil regime in history.' - NetGalley review
A thoroughly entertaining book engaging from first to last page, atmospheric descriptive with a real sense of time and place.' - NetGalley review
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