[Ebook] The Dead Genius By Axel Brand – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[Ebook] The Dead Genius By Axel Brand – serv3.3pub.co.uk [Reading] ➭ The Dead Genius ➵ Axel Brand – Serv3.3pub.co.uk Armand de Trouville is dead The little genius pioneered a new field forensic document examination Thanks to Trouville forgers and people who write fake wills and stickup men who pass notes to bank cas Armand de Trouville is dead The little genius pioneered a new field forensic document examination Thanks to Trouville forgers and people who write fake wills and stickup men who pass notes to bank cashiers The Dead PDF or are in jail Trouville died of a heart attack at age Or did he Things don't add up There are no heirs no clues about Trouville's past no family And something is fishy about his death Lieutenant Joe Sonntag who head the investigations unit of the Milwaukee Police has a tough job ahead He doesn't know who the little genius was or how he died or whether or not someone killed him There are plenty of people who would be glad to see him dead And why did he hide his past This is the second of Axel Brand's mysteries set in s Milwaukee Axel Brand is a pseudonym for an established novelist working in a different field.


6 thoughts on “The Dead Genius

  1. Jan Jan says:

    As I started this story it was uniue A master who created a new field in criminal science forensic document examination dies without any documents to his life or past The time is post WWII in Milwaukee and the pace reflects the times This procedural was just bit too much procedure and not enough character Didn't even read the end to find out the conclusion


  2. Carol Carol says:

    Carol Nelson I'll definitely be going back to read the first book in this series about Lt Sonntag The Hotel Dick The characters are uirky but I got a very real sense of them and I could relate to them From what I could determine this book is set in 1940's or 50's Milwaukee It had suspense but without any gore Check this book out if you enjoy well crafted character driven stories If you are looking for non stop action this book isn't for you


  3. J.F. Juzwik J.F. Juzwik says:

    This was great Lots of odd characters but they're odd in an interesting way All you want to do is keep turning pages to find out about them and also to follow the storyline It flows very smoothly and keeps you guessing all the way through It's a terrific mystery and I enjoyed this very much


  4. Polly Polly says:

    Milwaukee 1940s


  5. Ron Ron says:

    Read my review at my blog


  6. Al Stoess Al Stoess says:

    ok Notthing spectacular


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