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At her father’s funeral, forensic pathologist Sissi bumps into her former colleague Stefan again. Years back in Vienna they went to University together and were part of a close group that also included Stefan’s future wife Regina –an inseparable clique that only broke up when Stefan and Regina moved to Styria, where Stefan set up as a paediatrician.
Stefan invites Sissi out to visit him. He tells her that Regina drowned while they were holidaying on the island of Procida off the coast of Naples, but her body was never found. After a night of reminiscence, Stefan and Sissi end up in bed together – not for the last time... But Sissi can not stop thinking about Regina’s disappearance. On an impulse, she decides to travel to Procida on her own…
Lilian Faschinger’s latest novel follows a fascinating search for clues that takes Sissi from the rural backwaters of the Austrian provinces to the meccas of international organized crime. At the same time, the book is an acerbic satire on self-proclaimed authorities, an intelligent crime novel and a great read.