Here's fair warning: Do not start The Murder Farm when you've got a lot to do. This riveting novel sucks you in so swiftly and implacably that you won't get your tasks done. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Miss Ivonne
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The Murder Farm by Andrea Maria Schenkel is a real page turner. Read more
Andrea Marie Schenkel's The Murder Farm is a fictionalized portrayal of a sensational murder case. In 1922 Germany, somebody invaded the remote farm house of the Gruber family,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by imafunker2
Decent murder mystery that enjoys a terse almost simplistic style that elevates an otherwise bland approach. There is little suspense or even mystery. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Hamby
A small town in rural Germany in the mid-1950s. A family farm run by an autocratic patriarch. Six people brutally murdered. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Suzanne Davenport
Ausgezeichnete Geschichte. Elegant geschrieben. Anatomie eines kleinen, isolierten Bauerndorf nach dem 2ten Weltkrieg, von den Einwohnern erzählt, mit echten Stimmen.Published 5 months ago by rob levy
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Once you open the cover till to the end there is no putting this read down! Not your everyday thriller or murder mystery. Read more
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The Murder Farm is a fictionalized account(s) of a real unsolved Bavarian murder. Read more
Couldn't put it down. Great read.
Interesting intermix of interviews of peripheral characters and narrators point of view.