Veit Heinichen im Interview
No Matter of Taste
- date of publication: 07.03.2011
- 368 Pages
- ISBN 978-3-552-05508-7
- Deutschland: 19,90 €
- Österreich: 20,50 €
- E-Book ISBN 978-3-552-05542-1
- E-Book Deutschland: 9,99 €
Corruption, manipulation and exploitation: against the backdrop of Trieste, Inspector Laurenti must rely on all his experience and courage to track down the masterminds behind a power play with far-reaching consequences.
The corpse of a German film producer is fished out of the Adriatic near Trieste. Is it murder? Suspicion falls on politically influential businessman Lele Raccaro and his illegitimate sons - burly thugs who want to supplement their spending money by blackmailing the British politician Jeanette McGyver. Are they behind the break-in at the most exclusive coffee roasting plant in town as well? When journalist Miriam Natisone arrives from London to investigate the McGyver blackmail case, it's high time for Commissario Laurenti to leave his mistress at the bar and take action. In his new novel, Veit Heinichen once again spotlights the political wheeling and dealing behind the scenes which affect events on centre stage far more than any of us would like to believe.
"Like Henning Mankell, Vásquez Montalbán and Andrea Camilleri, Veit Heinichen has created a detective who combines the typical qualities of his kind with individual quirks … Someone you want to go investigating with again and again." SZ
Italy (E/o), Spain (Siruela), Poland (Noir sur Blanc)