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  1. says:

    This is a bleak intense and well researched novel set in 1975 East Germany It captures that particular period of time in an authentic manner and what it must have been like to live in that country Halle Neustadt is a new town built outside Berl

  2. says:

    I thought this second novel would be the one in which David Young really impressed me but it wasn't to be If anything I think Stasi Child was the better bookOnce again the nightmare of Stasi control and manipulation is done well but the plot is than a little silly I'm putting the rest under a spoiler tag so don't look at it if you want to read this bookview spoiler Each and every one of the revelations about Karin Muller's private life is

  3. says:

    This is the second book featuring Karin Muller after the excellent “Stasi Child” We meet up with Muller again in East Berlin 1975; a few months after the events in the first novel Having turned down a job in State Security Muller finds herself divorced and side lined at work No longer working in the murder suad her career seems to have hit something of a dead end However she is then approached about a di

  4. says:

    A strong second novel which although has a returning set of characters can be read out of seuence Even as a standalone novel however I am certain if you enjoy this book as much as I did you will be getting Stasi Child to read as soon as possibleThere is something about this period that adds a layer of menace to the intrigue and lowers the room temperature as you read into the book The protagonist is a young female detective head of a murde

  5. says:

    Detective Karen Müller is dying of boredom After her last case with the homicide division of Kripo she turned down a job with the

  6. says:

    Pretty ridiculous plot all of the 'coincidences' involving the lead detective's personal life Only thing that saves it is an unusual setting The first book really was promising but not sure I'll follow up with the next in series

  7. says:

    35 starsStasi Wolf is book #2 in the Karin Muller series What I love about this series is the uniue setting of East Berlin G

  8. says:

    I received this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Over two years ago Don't judgeI really enjoyed this second volume in the Oberleutnant Karin Muller series Sure it was farfetched and I had to stretch my believability factor uite a bit but it was a summer read and it sure was excitingSoviet Russia an

  9. says:

    Loved this again from David Young The setting is brilliantly described as is the era And the thrillermystery element wasn't bad either for wasn't bad read really goodFull review to followNO REALLY I promise ABSO

  10. says:

    I’ve been longing for a little bit Karin Muller Really hoping and begging for I adored Stasi Child the historical crime phenomena by David Young Stasi Wolf is the highly anticipated follow upWe travel in time back to 1975 and Easte

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Stasi Wolf Karin Müller #2

En by the Stasi from publicising the disappearances lest they tarnish the town's flawless imageMeanwhile in the eerily nameless streets and tower blocks a child snatcher lurks and the clock is ticking to rescue the twins ali. I received this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Over two years ago Don t judgeI really enjoyed this second volume in the Oberleutnant Karin Muller series Sure it was farfetched and I had to stretch my believability factor uite a bit but it was a summer read and it sure was excitingSoviet Russia and it s Eastern Bloc nations fascinate me and I m not sure why I ll eat up just about anything to do with the Soviet Union from spy thrillers to nonfiction to police procedurals like this one The politics in this era are confusing and nearly unbelievable in its complexity and that s part of the draw Having to solve a murder and kidnapping in an area in which the Stasi are forbidding certain necessary investigative actions to take place make this a conundrum of a puzzle and it s one that that goes back several decadesThe personal side of the plot with Ms Muller touched me too I won t spoil that part of the plot but I m in the midst of doing what she did at the end of the book I m hoping that it turns out as well for me as it did for herDefinitely going to continue this series Engendering Song uite a bit but it was a summer read and it sure was excitingSoviet Russia and it s Eastern Bloc nations fascinate me and I m not sure why I ll eat Listening Woman by Tony Hillerman Summary & Study Guide up just about anything to do with the Soviet Union from spy thrillers to nonfiction to police procedurals like this one The politics in this era are confusing and nearly The White Nights of Ramadan unbelievable in its complexity and that s part of the draw Having to solve a murder and kidnapping in an area in which the Stasi are forbidding certain necessary investigative actions to take place make this a conundrum of a puzzle and it s one that that goes back several decadesThe personal side of the plot with Ms Muller touched me too I won t spoil that part of the plot but I m in the midst of doing what she did at the end of the book I m hoping that it turns out as well for me as it did for herDefinitely going to continue this series

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How do you solve a murder when you can't ask any uestions The gripping new thriller from the bestselling author of Stasi ChildEast Germany 1975 Karin Müller sidelined from the murder suad in Berlin jumps at the chance to be. I thought this second novel would be the one in which David Young really impressed me but it wasn t to be If anything I think Stasi Child was the better bookOnce again the nightmare of Stasi control and manipulation is done well but the plot is than a little silly I m putting the rest under a spoiler tag so don t look at it if you want to read this bookview spoiler Each and every one of the revelations about Karin Muller s private life is signposted in neon On one page she thinks about how badly she was treated by her mother as a child in comparison to her sister shown no love etc etc and then mentions a half remembered surprise visit by a woman who only wanted to see Karin when she was young but who was sent rudely away SURPRISE that was her real mum Then later she complains of nausea and stomach pains over the course of monthsTA DA she s pregnant And in a book about twins being stolen she has twins WHO ARE STOLEN Seriously At the same time Young doesn t apply this 1 1 2 philosophy to the actual plot which bounces off the walls like a hyperactive child This again necessitates long dialogues of people explaining what happened and why hide spoiler

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Sent south to Halle Neustadt where a pair of infant twins have gone missingBut Müller soon finds her problems have followed her Halle Neustadt is a new town the pride of the communist state and she and her team are forbidd. Pretty ridiculous plot all of the coincidences involving the lead detective s personal life Only thing that saves it is an unusual setting The first book really was promising but not sure I ll follow up with the next in series

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  • 09 June 2019
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About the Author: David Young

David Young was born near Hull and – after dropping out of a Bristol University science degree studied Humanities at Bristol Polytechnic specialising in Modern History Temporary jobs cleaning ferry toilets and driving a butcher's van were followed by a career in journalism with provincial newspapers a London news agency and the BBC’s international newsrooms where he led news teams for the Wor