Zen and the Art of Murder


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Zen and the Art of Murder

Oliver Bottini

Snappy Review

It’s hard to describe this one – it lingered longer than the others after I put it down… Definitely different.
Interesting yet unsettling.

Synopsis

A case for Louise Boni – the first of the Black Forest Investigations.

Louise Boni, chief inspector with the Black Forest crime squad, is struggling with her demons. Divorced at forty-two, she is haunted by the shadows of the past.

Dreading yet another a dreary winter weekend alone, she receives a call from the departmental chief which signals the strangest assignment of her career – to trail a Japanese monk wandering through the snowy wasteland to the east of Freiburg, dressed only in sandals and a cowl. She sets off reluctantly, and by the time she catches up with him, she discovers that he is injured, and fearfully fleeing some unknown evil. Her investigations uncover a hideous ring of child traffickers, and the repercussions of their crimes will change the course of her own life.