A Hot Day in May

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Severn House Publishers, Limited, 2009 - Fiction - 334 pages
Featuring Hauptkommissar Mller and his sidekick, Pappenheim - The fourth in the series set in the reunified Germany. As personal revelations come to light, Mller is drawn further into the web of intrigue that threatens the security and unity of the new Germany. Can Mller cope with his own past, and can he succeed in protecting his countrys future?

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An aristocrat who holds down a Hauptkommissar's post on the Berlin police force, investigates the long-ago deaths of his parents: a fable of fathers and sons in a Germany that's anything but unified ... Read full review

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In their fourth outing (after Winter and the General ) Jens Mller and pal Pappenheim, both with the reunified Berlin police, have been assigned by their manipulative boss to guard a Middle Eastern ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Savarin was educated in Britain and took a degree in history before serving in the Royal Air Force.

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