Frank Arnau: Der perfekte Mord

Au lays with the hidden identity of Reyder is a nice example of good Sketchy Behavior plotting and building up suspense But the finalart of the book is turning out to be a bit messy The momentum given at the start is completely broken by the boring interrogations of the so called suspects when it has already been given as a fact that the murderer is known A strange ending indeedNote I read the Dutch translation Hamburg na middernacht. Jn reeds lang vergeten gewaande verleden op zijn ad zal voeren de elfde gast Die avond valt er een dode Is het moor.

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Ars since they both met Nissim invites his old friend for dinner but is clealy not aware that by doing this he invites the law as the eleventh guest to his The Princess and the Three Knights party When it is announced that a very special hypnosis act will beerformed at the The Beauty of Believing party Reyder feels that it is not yet time to reveal his true identityThis book was written in 1960 by the German detective writer Frank Arnau The firstart of the book in which Arn. Issim Cordanu een diner bij hem thuis voor tien ersonen Hij kan echter niet vermoeden dat het toeval een man uit zi.

Frank Arnau ç 1 REVIEW

Mediocre ending ruins great settingTo celebrate the successful transaction of weapons for the Algerian freedom fighters the criminal mind Nissim Cordanu is going to organise a dinner for ten eople at his house Walter Reyder head of the Hamburg olice research force does not know what happens when he is almost struck by the car of Nissim Nissim immediately recognises his old friend although it is already twenty five ye. Om een geslaagde levering van wapens aan de vrijheidsstrijders in Algerije te vieren organiseert de wapenhandelaar

Frank Arnau March 9 1894 February 11 1976 was the pseudonym of a German crime fiction writer born as Heinrich SchmittArnau was born in Vienna the son of a hotel managerHe began his literary career as a newspaper journalist With the political ascent of Hitler the avowed opponent of national socialism emigrated in 1933 first to France then in 1939 to Brazil where he lived until 1955