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The boy in the moor

The boy in the moor

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Can this work? To write a down-to-earth local novel, a declaration of love for the Baden lifestyle and the wonderful landscape on the mountain ridges of the northern Black Forest - and at the same time an exciting crime thriller, which is completely up to date?

Günter Neidinger succeeded in doing this straight away with his first detective novel. On the one hand, this is due to his sympathetic and slightly eccentric Commissioner Robert Doninger, who is certainly much in the lead. A man who loves life and good Baden cuisine and whose sense of justice has made him a persistent and successful investigator in the criminal investigation department in Baden-Baden.

On the other hand, there is the new, young colleague Simone Mertens, who supports him in the difficult and sometimes frustrating investigations. The case of a dead boy in the moor presents the two with great challenges and confronts them with the reality behind the idyllic backdrop of the Black Forest: from organized, begging children's gangs to neglected

Home children up to the secret shepherd's hour in a lonely hunter's hut and attempted blackmail. There was even a second murder victim ..

Günter Neidinger, born in 1943, grew up in Baden Buhl and worked for many years as a teacher and rector. He has been a successful author for 30 years. During this time he has published more than 400 books with a total circulation of over four million copies.

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