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A Visible Darkness By Michael Gregorio

A Visible Darkness
by Michael Gregorio

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Hanno Stiffeniis is called to Prussia's Baltic coast, where a body of a young woman has been found by the shore. This is an area rich in amber. The occupying French army has taken over this lucrative trade. As more women are killed, they suspect the Prussian resistance movement. Hanno's fears meanwhile point towards a psychotic serial killer.
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A Visible Darkness by Michael Gregorio

Hanno Stiffeniis, the magistrate from the gripping thrillers "Critique of Criminal Reason" and "Days of Atonement", is called to Prussia's Baltic coast, where the naked, mutilated body of a young woman has been found by the shore. This is an area rich in amber, harvested - mainly by women - to be transformed into priceless jewellery. The occupying French army has taken over this lucrative trade to finance the battle against the Russian invasion, but as more women are killed, they suspect the Prussian resistance movement. Hanno's fears meanwhile point towards a psychotic serial killer, and no woman here is safe.

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About Michael Gregorio


Michael Gregorio are Michael G. Jacob and Daniela De Gregorio. She teaches philosophy. He is interested in the history of photography in the nineteenth century. They have been married for over twenty-five years and live in Spoleto, a small town in central Italy. Days of Atonement, their second novel, followed Critique of Criminal Reason. A Visible Darkness is the third novel in the Hanno Stiffeniis series.

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GOR001866142
A Visible Darkness by Michael Gregorio
Michael Gregorio
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Faber & Faber
2009-08-17
480
0571237878
9780571237876
N/A
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