Jean Ulrike Uellenberg

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The Camel Club von David Baldacci
The Camel Club von David Baldacci
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great, 5. Oktober 2006
I'm usually not a big fan of polit-thrillers, but this one was great, mostly because it's not purely political, but rather crime fiction. Recommenable!
Mr Clarinet von Nick Stone
Mr Clarinet von Nick Stone
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good read, 5. Oktober 2006
I liked the book quite a lot. it's more than the standard PI novel with someone looking for someone else. Stone draws a pretty vivid picture of Haiti and gives you an insight in the countries moved history. I hadn't a clue about this country before and found it quite interesting. Despite of the background information there's lot's of suspense! many unexpected turns, interesting characters and local colour, plus a sympathetic protagonist. I also think it's kind of an engaged novel; the author raises topics likes extreme poverty and what the rich do for and also TO the poor. Got me thinking and I am looking forward to a sequel.
Death Dance (The Alexandra Cooper Series) von Linda Fairstein
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First of all: Something's wrong with that synopsis! I don't know which book it refers to, but it certainly isn't Death Dance. Don't be fooled, Linda Fairstein's latest novel again stars Alex(andra) Cooper, Assistant DA of Manhattan's sex crime unit, and her two detective friends Mercer Wallace and Mike Chapman. This time the millieu of the New York opera and ballet world provides the backgroung. When a famous prima ballerina is found dead at the Metropolitan Opera House, Alex and her friends are neither short of subjects nor can they immediately see through the private and murky dealings behind broadway. One aspect that makes Fairstein's books so interesting is that she offers the reader a… Mehr dazu