Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Date: January 2008
Duration: 10 hours 49 minutes
In 1956 during the Hungarian revolution, with the entire Eastern Bloc on edge, Inspector Ferenc Kolyeszar must track down a murderer. Drawn deep into an underworld of betrayal and violence, he finds that he is not so different from those he pursues.
"Think of the savage brilliance of J. Roberts James's mysteries about World War II France, or the suspenseful erudition of Alan Furst's thrillers. . . Steinhauer's debut is right up on those stellar heights. . . ."-Chicago Tribune for The Bridge of Sighs