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  • Author:
    Marek Krajewski
  • ISBN:
    3423246081
  • ISBN13:
    978-3423246088
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    DTV Deutscher Taschenbuch
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Marek Krajewski (born 4 September 1966, in Wrocław) is an award-winning Polish crime writer and linguist. He is best known for his series of novels set in pre-war Wrocław (which was, at the time, Breslau) with the policeman Eberhard Mock as the protagonist.

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Reminiscent of Georg Gros. eath in Breslau isn’t just an exciting mystery, it’s the story of lost Fatherlan. onderful.

Krajewski has Mankell’s sharp eye for detail, but he has, too, a more sophisticated frame of reference that may intrigue fans of Umberto Eco and Boris Akuni. eath in Breslau is a stylish, intelligent and original addition to the canon. Reminiscent of Georg Gros. The city of Breslau is as much a character in this thriller as the parade of gothic loons that inhabit it.

Author Marek Krajewski. Books by Marek Krajewski: The End of the World in Breslau. 10 6. 10. Death in Breslau. Phantoms of Breslau.

It is 1919 in Breslau.

A man bound, gagged and sealed alive inside a wall to die. Another quartered, his fingers severed. One of the victims was a musician, the other a locksmith. The only detail that the killings have in common – apart from their abnormal savagery – is a page of a calendar with the day of the death marked in blood. It is 1919 in Breslau. When Criminal Assistant Mock arrives at the scene to investigate, he discovers a note addressed to him, asking him to confess his sins and to become a believer.

Marek Krajewski (born 1966) made his literary debut in 1999 with Death in Breslau, the first of his retro crime-novel series set in the pre-war German city of Breslau, featuring Crime Commissioner Eberhard Mock. A classical linguist by training, Krajewski teaches at the university in Wrocław, the same city his fiction is set in. Krajewski's books are filled with delightful scholarly arcana, giving his otherwise Chandleresque, womanizing, boozing protagonist an element of Sherlock Holmes-style sophistication

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Książka, która stworzyła słynnego Mocka. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

MAREK KRAJEWSKI was born in Wroclaw (formerly Breslau), Poland, on September 4, 1966. Death in Breslau: An Eberhard Mock Investigation by Marek Krajewski is well worth reading. Krajewski is a former lecturer in Classical Studies at the University of Wroclaw. He develops a new take with nuanced, unpredictable characters in the familiar territory of pre-war Europe and Germany in particular. Would have gotten five starts except for some over the top plot twists.