Cold Angel by Horst Bosetzky
Murder in Berlin--1949

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Two people disappear in the ruins of the former German capital and body parts suddenly surface in both the eastern and western half of the city. An invisible curtain divides the ruins.

Competing administrations struggle with mounting ferocity. The ruined buildings and devastated landscape provide a perfect backdrop to more violence and cruel brutality.

Based on true facts and extensive sociological research, Cold Angel is a chilling tale. Amid this chaotic landscape, can perpetrators be found, let alone brought to justice? In 1949 Berlin is a city divided by rubble.

Horst Bosetzky has published over thirty-eight crime novels and several screenplays and is a retired professor of sociology. Berlin is his chosen haunt.


About Horst Bosetzky

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Horst Bosetzky is the author of over 38 crime novels. By profession he is a professor of sociology and an acclaimed screenwriter. This is his first work translated into English. He lives in Berlin.
Published May 8, 2012 by Enigma Books. 268 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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