Step into Weimar Berlin, a time of cabaret and jazz music, where mystery and suspense lurk around the next corner…
Berlin Vertigo is the first book in the trilogy, a historical mystery set in 1928.
Berlin. 1928. A golden era where darkness is brewing.
Set in the jazz-age decadence and freewheeling spirit of Weimar Germany, Thomas Strack suddenly finds himself embroiled in a murder. But that’s not his only concern, for Thomas must quickly confront the idea that his reckless friend is the killer.
As he searches for the victim’s identity, political tensions in the city run high, and he soon realises the death has dangerous connotations. And if he doesn’t get to the heart of its secret, who exactly will pay the price and how?
Berlin Vertigo is a mystery novel about subterfuge, betrayal and friendship, that introduces the key players of the Berlin Tales series.
Vanished in Berlin
Vanished in Berlin is the second part of the trilogy, set in 1931.
When Monika Goldstein, a young Jewish woman goes missing, Arno Hiller begins a desperate search to find her. But his hunt must come at a dark price.
Both Monika and Arno take fate into their own hands, as they fight against the powers that are taking Berlin into fascism.
What readers of Vanished in Berlin are saying:
“I loved this book. With richly drawn characters, a peek into the world of Berlin art and a plot full of suspense I found I was gripped until the very last page.” ★★★★★ recent reviewer
Berlin Vengeance is the third part of the trilogy.
Berlin, 1933. A body is found inside a burnt-out motorcar. The victim was a an old Nazi Party member who betrayed his colleagues.
But all is not as if seems…
The murderer has made a fatal mistake of leaving behind the murder weapon at the crime scene. Now he must repair the error or else face the consequences of his deadly actions so far.
Meanwhile, the detective assigned to investigate the case has his own problems. He’s a new recruit with no training and not everyone respects him for it. When he is assigned to investigate the dead body, he finally has the chance to prove himself. It looks like a straight forward case of murder, until the clues begin to suggest otherwise.