Angelika Schnell is a chaotic police woman. She trusts her inner voice more than facts and that leads to curious conclusions. That also leads always to discussions with her husband - ... See full summary »
A man who accused a catholic bishop of abusing him when he was a child dies in the Austrian city Salzburg. Everyone except his widow and the eccentrical detective Simon Brenner keeps silent and believes that the man killed himself.
Concentration camp Buchenwald, end of March 1945. Inmate Hans Pippig discovers in a carrying case of an incoming prisoner a Jewish infant. If reported the three-year-old is dedicated to the... See full summary »
Angelika Schnell is a chaotic police woman. She trusts her inner voice more than facts and that leads to curious conclusions. That also leads always to discussions with her husband - forensic Stefan Schnell - and her two team-assistants Harald and Maja. Written by
Angelika Schnell (the name is German for fast, so the title has double meaning) is head of a Wiena homicide squad and a chameleon personality. One minute she is a typical single-mom driving the kids to school, next a top professional no-nonsense boss, a flirting femme fatale, a tough Bruce Willis style action hero. But most important she can put herself inside the victims mind and feel the circumstances leading to the crime. There is a very human touch to the characters dealing with everyday problems inside these very thrilling murder-mysteries. The puzzle to solve the mysteries are realistic and well put together and real brain teasers.
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