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PAUL GROSSMAN is the critically acclaimed author of The Sleepwalkers and Children of Wrath. He is a long time teacher of writing and literature at the City University of New York. Visit him at his website at www.paulgrossmanwriter.com.
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. and it kept me interested the entire time.
The protagonist, thirty-four year old Sergeant-Detektiv Willi Kraus of the Berlin Kriminal Polizei, has a great deal on his mind.
It is dramatic, but it feels like the end of a Batman movie (and not one of the good ones, either).
Grossman writes in such a manner that you feel that you are actually with him as a silent partner rather than just a detached reader of his well-spun stories. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Timothy M. Owens
I like the first one better, but still a good book. lets just say the author did not hold back on gory details.Published 10 months ago by richard dees
The best historical fiction doesn't beat you over the head with exposition, but sets up the story through subtle signals, Grossman has his character , a Jewish Police Detective... Read morePublished 13 months ago by James P. Patuto
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. and it kept me interested the entire time. Found the historical perspective enthralling. Moves right along.Published 23 months ago by Ilene S