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Hans Werner Kettenbach

Black Ice

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Black Ice

Hans Werner Kettenbach

Translated by Anthea Bell

Erika, an attractive local heiress, is married to Wallmann, a man with expensive tastes. When she falls to her death near their lakeside villa, the police conclude it was a tragic accident. Scholten, a long time employee of Erika's, isn't so sure. He knows a thing or two about the true state of her marriage and suspects an almost perfect crime. Scholten's maverick investigation into the odd, inexplicable details of the death scene soon buys him a ticket for a most dangerous ride.

This beautifully crafted thriller set in a European world of small-town hypocrisy was made into a film in 1998. It is written by an essayist, script writer and best-selling novelist whose work is now available in English for the first time.

Book Information

Cover Design:
Killian Strong
Release Dates:
01-Feb-05 (UK) | (US)
Pages:
224
ISBN:
978-1904738-08-4