See Venice and Steal

Fiction, Thriller / Crime

Venice is in the throes of the biennale and awash with tourists. Harry Oldenburg throws himself into the fray. He and his girlfriend Zoe are planning to relieve the Guggenheim Museum of two valuable exhibits. But in the sizzling summer heat, the well-hatched plan goes pear-shaped: Harry finds himself in the bed of seductive artist Franca and discovers a corpse in her studio. When Zoe joins her lover in Venice, she is not amused but is nevertheless willing to help him on his raids. Too bad she’s frequently feeling rather queasy of late...

Always a stickler for detail Krischan Koch checked the possibilities of hiding a stolen painting at the Venice Guggenheim Museum – thanks to his wife’s assistance he is now certain that a Miró will not fit in the Ladies’ cubicles.

 A neatly packaged murder mystery, satire, art and travel guide.

  

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. 

See Venice and Steal

Venice is in the throes of the biennale and awash with tourists. Harry Oldenburg throws himself into the fray. He and his girlfriend Zoe are planning to relieve the Guggenheim Museum of two valuable exhibits. But in the sizzling summer heat, the well-hatched plan goes pear-shaped: Harry finds himself in the bed of seductive artist Franca and discovers a corpse in her studio. When Zoe joins her lover in Venice, she is not amused but is nevertheless willing to help him on his raids. Too bad she’s frequently feeling rather queasy of late...

Always a stickler for detail Krischan Koch checked the possibilities of hiding a stolen painting at the Venice Guggenheim Museum – thanks to his wife’s assistance he is now certain that a Miró will not fit in the Ladies’ cubicles.

 A neatly packaged murder mystery, satire, art and travel guide.

  

Bibliographic Data
288 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-21783-5
First published 2019