Fried Fish for the Godfather

Fiction, Thriller / Crime

Fredenbüll is in an uproar. Turbines are being installed across the dyke foreland, and the environmentalists have come running. Even Grandma Ahlbeck supports the hastily established initiative, “Do(n’t) be a Frog,” as it seeks to protect the endangered fire-bellied toad. One morning, a body is found in the still-damp concrete base of one of the turbines! Is this the handiwork of the mysterious stranger, who is being trailed by a group of dark-suited men? Sergeant Thies Detlefsen knows these must be the feds, which undoubtedly means this case must be something big.

- The sixth installment of the North German cult crime series
- Quirky, droll and extremely endearing

Krischan Koch

Krischan Koch was born in 1953 in Hamburg, where he works as a film critic for the NDR (North German Broadcasting Corporation) and "Die Zeit" amongst others. He and his wife livesin Hamburg and also on the North Sea island of Amrum, where he has the perfect view on the North Sea mud-flats and writes his successful crime novels. 

Fried Fish for the Godfather

Fredenbüll is in an uproar. Turbines are being installed across the dyke foreland, and the environmentalists have come running. Even Grandma Ahlbeck supports the hastily established initiative, “Do(n’t) be a Frog,” as it seeks to protect the endangered fire-bellied toad. One morning, a body is found in the still-damp concrete base of one of the turbines! Is this the handiwork of the mysterious stranger, who is being trailed by a group of dark-suited men? Sergeant Thies Detlefsen knows these must be the feds, which undoubtedly means this case must be something big.

- The sixth installment of the North German cult crime series
- Quirky, droll and extremely endearing

Bibliographic Data
288 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-21721-7
First published 2018