Gripping, unsettling, explosive
An activist is killed during a civil rights demonstration staged in Frankfurt. Rumors fly that it was “dirty cops” who did it. Police reporter Norman Jacobi is shown a fuzzy video of the crime, and one of the protesters promises to provide him with evidence that will incriminate the police force. However, Commissioner Demandt warns Jacobi that the activist in question is a criminal known to the police who wants to leverage the reporter for his own ends. As Jacobi debates whom he can trust, he makes a shocking discovery in the activists’ office: He finds a dossier on himself.
“The police killed a demonstrator? Are you sure?”
- A cunningly constructed and extremely tense political thriller
Praise for You Must Burn
- “This book remains enthralling through its shocking conclusion.” Heike Rau, leselupe.de