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“Great and thrilling crime novel from central-east...”

Written on: 02/07/2010 by imarabrab (1 review written)

Great and thrilling crime novel from central-east Europe. It is a story about middle-aged proscecutor Teodor Szacki and his investigation in a murder case. The action starts in a fascinating place- strange monastery in the middle of a capital city, where man was killed during a psychoterapy session (that is also one of the most interesting and original motives of Bert Hellinger's method). It is a stron classical crime novel with a strong characters and fascinating, thrilling plot. I first got… Read Full Review

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“Entanglement ”

Written on: 27/06/2010 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Entanglement
Zygmunt Miloszewski
Bitter Lemon, Aug 1 2010, $14.95
ISBN 9781904738442

In 2005 at a Warsaw monastery, a demanding group therapy session occurs hosted by Cezary Rudski. He tells a tale to the three of his four patents (Euzebiusz Kiam, Hanna Kwiatkowska and Barbara Jarczyk) who remain at the table; Henryk Talek is not there as the therapist assumes he left unable to cope with the intensity.

The next day Henryk is found dead; a roasting spit jammed into his eye. Warsaw prosecutor… Read Full Review

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