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    A Small Death In Lisbon

    By: Robert Wilson

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    A Portuguese bank is founded on the back of Nazi wartime deals. Over half a century later a young girl is murdered in Lisbon.

    1941. Klaus Felsen, SS officer, arrives in Lisbon and the strangest party in history, where Nazis and Allies, refugees and entrepreneurs dance to the strains of opportunism and despair. Felsen's war takes him to the mountains of the north where a brutal battle is being fought for an element vital to Hitler's blitzkrieg. There he meets the man who makes the first turn of the wheel of greed and revenge which rolls through to the century's end.

    Late 1990s, Lisbon. Inspector Ze Coelho is investigating the murder of a young girl. As he digs deeper, Ze overturns the dark soil of history and unearths old bones. The 1974 revolution has left injustices of the old fascist regime unresolved. But there's an older, greater injustice, for which this small death in Lisbon is horrific compensation, and in his final push for the truth, Ze must face the most chilling opposition.

    Winner of the Gold Dagger Award for Best Crime Novel of the Year.

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