Berlin in the 1920s: a golden age. Against this backdrop, a dedicated doctor and campaigner for women’s rights is found dead. Her nephew is convinced her death wasn’t down to natural causes – he knew that the doctor had made more than one enemy during her lifetime. But is her demise connected to her work, or is the murderer – if indeed there is one – to be found closer to home? Spurred on by his partner’s close friendship with the dead woman, Detective Superintendent Leo Wechsler embarks on his third case.
Press acclaim for Susanne Goga’s previous books about Leo Wechsler:
With Leo Berlin, Susanne Goga brings us a first rate historical thriller. Gripping, authentic and beautifully written, this is historical crime fiction of the highest order.
- Rebecca Gablé on Leo Berlin
A spell-binding page-turner in a 1920s setting that was far less golden than we like to imagine.
- Neue Presse on Death in Blue