On a foggy Saturday afternoon an armed man appears in the garden of the Niemann family in Freiburg, Germany and sets off a series of events which unexpectedly alter their lives.
The Dance of Death is the third in Oliver Bottini’s Black Forest Investigations series, and follows on from Zen and the Art of Murder, which we have reviewed. Although it can be described as a crime novel, the book goes deep into the issue of immigration and the plight of refugees.
This is an extract from the review on Crime Fiction Lover. Please read the rest of my review on this layered, tense crime novel there. I enjoyed it’s different spin on the traditional crime novel immensely.
The Dance of Death is published by Quercus and available on Amazon