First of a brilliant two-part series leading from 70s Detroit to 40s Nazi Germany from a new master of crime writing.
Detroit, 1971. Harry Levin, scrap metal dealer and holocaust survivor, learns that his daughter has been killed in a car accident. Travelling to Washington DC, he's told by Detective Taggart that the German diplomat, who was drunk, has been released and afforded immunity; he will never face charges. So Harry is left with only one option - to discover the identity of this man, follow him back to Munich and hunt him down.
The first of a two-hander, Peter Leonard's new novel is a classic cat-and-mouse thriller. Told with swagger, brutal humour and not a little violence, it follows a good man who is forced to return to the horrors of his past.
Peter Leonard's debut novel, Quiver, was published to international acclaim in 2008, and was followed by Trust Me in 2009 and All He Saw Was the Girl in 2011.
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Crime & mystery