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Review of ‘Trümmerkind’ by Mechtild Borrmann

Review of ‘Trümmerkind’ by Mechtild Borrmann

Post-war Hamburg. A city in ruins. A little boy finds something unexpected among the rubble, and a crime story set against the backdrop of a ruined Germany unfolds… I’m happy to say that I recently (finally!) joined the Goethe-Institut library in London, so now I can borrow all the wonderful German books they have there. I marked the occasion by taking out a couple of books by Mechtild Borrmann, a German crime writer whose work I discovered back in 2015…

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