BUTCHERS OF BERLIN


BUTCHERS OF BERLIN

CHRIS PETIT    Book Number: 87136    Product format: Hardback

Berlin 1943. August Schlegel hadn't touched anyone in years and even avoided shaking hands. He lives in a dark world. Why has he been placed on a homicide case when he works in financial crimes? Why did the old Jewish man, with an Iron Cross in his pocket, shoot the block warden on the morning of the city's biggest roundup, then put a bullet in his own head? Why must Schlegel persist with the case when the Jews are being removed from Berlin, and why would Morgen, wearing the uniform of the dreaded SS, be assigned to work with him? In the middle of a war, why should one more murder matter? Written by the acclaimed filmmaker of Radio On, who here conjures a wartime Berlin where atrocities get lost against a ground of escalating Holocaust. 482pp.
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