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Seasons of Change
     

Seasons of Change

by Julian Savarin
 

Featuring Hauptkommissar Müller and his sidekick, Pappenheim In Australia following the trail of an important informant on the shadowy organization threatening German democracy, Müller is disturbed by troubling memories, and a puzzling sense of déjà vu. But he must keep his wits about him, as he knows he has been followed, and those he is trying

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Featuring Hauptkommissar Müller and his sidekick, Pappenheim In Australia following the trail of an important informant on the shadowy organization threatening German democracy, Müller is disturbed by troubling memories, and a puzzling sense of déjà vu. But he must keep his wits about him, as he knows he has been followed, and those he is trying to uncover have already sent one sniper to put an end to his investigations . . .

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Publishers Weekly
If Savarin weren't a writer of entertaining, old-fashioned international thrillers, he could probably be a maker of fine watches. His series about a pair of Berlin policemen-at first glance an unlikely match-ticks away as smoothly and professionally as ever, with nary a missed beat or a letdown. In the seventh episode (after 2005's Summer of the Eagle), the supercool Hauptkommissar Jens Muller, a wealthy, titled young man who drives a customized Porsche and wears his hair in a ponytail, and his deputy, the chubby, chain-smoking and defiantly working-class Sergeant Pappenheim (Pappi to his friends), remain hard at work keeping the New Germany safe for democracy. A threat from the secret fascist group known as Semper (perhaps a nod to Ian Fleming's Smersh?) shifts the action from Europe to Australia, allowing Muller and his ace female colleague, American CIA agent Carey Bloomfield, to see action in some interesting new territory. Back in Berlin, Pappi and electronics expert Hedi Meyer do most of the heavy brainwork. The result is another valid claim to the throne of Fleming, Deighton and Elleston Trevor. (Jan.) Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780727862969
Publisher:
Severn House Publishers
Publication date:
01/01/2006
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
8.60(w) x 5.70(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Savarin was educated in Britain and took a degree in history before serving in the Royal Air Force.

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