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Crime and Guilt

Taschenbuch von Ferdinand von Schirach

71820579
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Artikel-Nr.:
71820579
Im Sortiment seit:
23.08.2012
Erscheinungsdatum:
09/2012
Medium:
Taschenbuch
Einband:
Kartoniert / Broschiert
Originaltitel:
Verbrechen
Autor:
Schirach, Ferdinand von
Übersetzung:
Janeway, Carol Brown
Verlag:
Random House UK Ltd
Imprint:
Vintage Books
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Belletristik
Kriminalromane
Seiten:
420
Gewicht:
311 gr
Beschreibung
Meet Fahner, the retired small-town doctor who resorts to the garden axe when his patience with his cruel wife runs out.
Meet Patrick, so entranced by the sight of his sleeping girlfriend that he cuts a small piece out of her back, just to see what she tastes like.
Meet the silent assassin who calmly despatches two Neo-Nazi thugs on a railway platform.
A nameless lawyer invites us to read an extraordinary dossier of violent and unspeakable acts. All the crimes have one thing in common: the guilty are never convicted in a court of law. But however heinous the crime, the narrator shows how the human circumstances behind events can tell a different story.
Provocative, shocking and brilliant, these stories may change the way you judge the world.
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Provocative, shocking and brilliant, these stories may change the way you judge the world.
Information zum Autor
Ferdinand von Schirach was born in Munich in 1964 and is one of Germany's most prominent defence lawyers. Verbrechen (Crime) became an instant bestseller in Germany when it was launched in 2009.
Lesekritik
Crime is a curiously beguiling collection of short stories -- Marcel Berlin Times What makes these tales stand out are not the extremes of their protagonists but the narrator's voice: resistant to melodrama, dryly funny...never less than humane. If Crime shows the arbitrary nature of justice, it also backs the underdogs. -- Adrian Turpin Financial Times Von Schirach is a leading defence lawyer in Germany, which adds an extra frisson...The Writing, however, makes its own case: quizzical, worldly, and with consistent sympathy for the underdog' Financial Times A strange and scary fictionalised casebook -- Boyd Tonkin Independent, Books of the Year
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