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August 1939 six young people band together in the face of war torn Germany their friendship about to be put on trial as they land on opposite sides of World Wa. Germany past and present clash in this excellent translated German thrillerSet in small German town in the late 90s the discovery of some old army papers ignite an investigation that uncovers some dark secrets among a small group of friends at the end of the warWhilst I thought I d guessed the plot there s twists and turns towards an unexpected conclusion A rattling good read

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Wer das Schweigen bricht

R II Flash forward to November 1997 Robert Lubisch brings the group back together for the first time in decades to investigate a tragic family secret Trust is. One of the best book I ve read in a long timeRobert Lubisch found an old photograph of a young woman and some papers in his father s study after he died This discovery led Robert to search for the woman and her connection to his father The story starts before the second world war and ends early this century I won t go into any details because it would spoil the story for other readersI usually only review really good books or really bad ones and this one is exceptionally good Although there are uite a lot of characters with German names I didn t find it difficult to follow An excellent author and I hope I can find of her work translated into EnglishCongratulations also to the translator As I was reading I forgot that the book wasn t written in English Because of the spelling and some terminology I assume it was aimed at the American market but this didn t detract in any way

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Shattered when one of the friends turns up murdered leaving all of them guilty until proven innocentWinner of the 2012 Deutscher Krimi Prize for best crime nov. In Times of War There is No Such Thing as PeaceKids being kids Going to school Obeying school rules Then enticement comes in the form of loyalty to the Fatherland Or so they think The crimes against humanity which children endured and sometimes committed are unthinkable But it was in the name of survival The guilt the remorse the self hatred The admission of these truths when near death their final confession


10 thoughts on “Wer das Schweigen bricht

  1. says:

    Germany past and present clash in this excellent translated German thrillerSet in small German town in the late 90s the discovery of some old army papers ignite an investigation that uncovers some dark secrets among a small

  2. says:

    Whereas a few years ago Sweden became a hub for mysteries translated to English now it’s Germany’s turn; this is the fifth or sixth I’ve read in the past year The premise is simple man finds photo has daddy i

  3. says:

    Friedhelm Lubisch founded a respected construction company and donated a fortune to the Association of Displaced Persons in Germany But his son Robert never lived up to his expectations While going through his deceased father's papers Robert is reminded of the story his father told him of stealing a dead SS guard's papers and running away from the war front He also finds a photograph of an unidentified woman

  4. says:

    One of the best book I've read in a long timeRobert Lubisch found an old photograph of a young woman and some papers in h

  5. says:

    Looks like the Scandi noir genre has some competition Mechtild Borrman is well known in Germany for her murder mysteries and I beli

  6. says:

    Family secretsInteresting story often told through flashbacks while solving the murder of a woman today and the connection to the disappearance of a man during World War II Enough intrigue and surprising twists to keep the reader curious

  7. says:

    I loved the story The backdrop is Germany during WWII and follows 6 high schoolers who graduated at the start of the war and their experiences But the story was done in a current day flashback styleA man cleaning out his father's desk after he passes finds a photo that makes him want to find out about his father's history during the war The digging leads him to a small town to an investigative reporter Just as she is mak

  8. says:

    In Times of War There is No Such Thing as PeaceKids being kids Going to school Obeying school rules Then enticement comes in the form of loyalty to the Fatherland Or so they think The crimes against humanity which children endured and sometimes committed are unthinkable But it was in the name of survival The guilt the remorse the self hatred The admission of these truths when near death their final confession

  9. says:

    No real surprise but still goodYou can pretty well work out whodunit early on but it's all about arriving at the solution This is of a study of a group of friends coming of age in a difficult time This is the author's first book to be translated into English a second book has been translated and is now on my to read lis

  10. says:

    SurprisesI really appreciate a story with a surprise ending so I really enjoyed the other surprises even Well written This is my first time to read this author but it won't be my last