Winding Back The Clock by Ian Laurence

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Katie Talbot is on the trail of the treasures that were looted from the family home on the island of Rugen by two brothers, who were agents of the secret police in the days of the former East Germany. Detlef Weber is also on the trail of the brothers, as they murdered his father. The paths of Katie and Detlef crisscross as they each pursue their quest, but both get caught up in the rise of a new far-right political party in Germany that is threatening the stability of Europe. It all comes to a climax in Weimar, the centre of so much culture and political history.

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Published September 18, 2012 by AuthorHouseUK. 327 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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For example, when a German agent, an “early 30-something” blonde, leads Grant to her office, he notes “her taut bottom and superb legs, thinking that this experience alone made the trip worthwhile.” Readers, however, may find this attitude more crass than sexy.

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There’s history: Laurence ably recounts the political struggles of Germany since joining the European Union.

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