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I had earlier read the first book in this series with Berlin police detective Nikolai Hoffner, Rosa, about the murder of Rosa Luxemburg in 1919 Berlin. This book had all the same strengths and weakness of that one. Hoffner is a great gritty, hardened detective and Berlin is suitably decadent and threatening. The plot, however is so convoluted and the bad guys go to such involved lengths to either do their bad acts of cover them up that I lost track of some of the parts of the story. Hoffner was forever having Aha moments that left me bewildered and thinking "What? what?"