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Monday, May 21, 2018

The Air Raid Killer (Max Heller, Dresden Detective, #1) by Frank Goldammer

This was an excellent crime novel set in Dresden immediately before and after the end of WWII.   Max Heller is a police detective who is not a Nazi and does not ascribe to the Nazi philosophy.   His only goal is to be true to himself and keep the peace.

A serial killer known as the Fright Man terrorizes Dresden at the close of the war.   Max is stymied in his hunt for the serial killer by the entrenched Nazi hierarchy.  The author does a great job showing the character of Max Heller.

The author also does a great job at showing the desperation of the populace after the war.  The horrific aspects of life at that point in time was clearly portrayed.  It was also interesting to note the way that the average person was so intimidated by the Nazi party that they were afraid of doing anything.

I recommend the book.

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