The Doll’s House

A novel littered with murders

What is a woman to do if the first thing that springs to her husband’s mind when sex is mentioned is the mating habits of exotic animals? Doris Bering, a vet’s wife, who is childless and chronically frustrated, seeks refuge in their attic and whiles away her time working on a doll’s house. That’s until Lea, her new neighbour, turns up – she has esoteric tendencies and men find her irresistible. Her presence proves to be fatal for several of the small village’s inhabitants –and has an invigorating effect on Doris’ private life.

Warning: This book explodes the myths of married bliss and country life.

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dtv Allgemeine Belletristik
432 pages, ISBN 978-3-423-20936-6
1. November 2006