A Small Death In Lisbon

A Small Death In Lisbon

Book - 1999
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Klaus Felsen, press-ganged into the SS, has arrived at the strangest party in history which affects the next 50 years. Inspector Coelho is investigating the death of a young girl and finds he's turning the dark soil of history.
Publisher: HarperCollins, 1999.
ISBN: 9780006512028
000651202X

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Diell Jun 22, 2014

okay so I lied I really liked this one too, enough to read it again as well.
But you know I did say best book so far

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jmhow
Jan 09, 2014

Reminiscent of Dickens (where disparate seemingly minor characters meld together) with romance novel overtones. Worth sticking with to the last 10% where twist follows twist. Good education of Portugal's history and language.

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JacqueKC
Aug 11, 2012

Very well written book with a satisfyingly complex plot.

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PatrickT
Jul 25, 2011

Very good.

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gwinegarden
Sep 12, 2010

wonderful. Showing how events, from the past can impact the present. Very complex.

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FavouriteFiction Oct 31, 2009

A young girl's murder in Lisbon is connected to World War II events.

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