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'Frozen Silence': Serial Killings in he middle of a war?
|Posted on November 18, 2020 at 09:10:47|
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Since: October 15, 2013
It's 1943 on the Russian front and men are turning up mutilated inside of Franco's Blue Division on loan to Der Fuhrer. A lowly private is plucked from the ranks because of his police experience in Madrid and ordered to solve it, PDQ. He teams with a Seargent and starts working his way through the bodies carved with fragments of a child's prayer.
How odd to spend the extra money on producing a wartime setting in the snow to solve murder mysteries? Nevertheless, it is a unique setting showing enlisted life, officer arrogance, oddball characters, and a flicker of romance.
|RE: 'Frozen Silence': Serial Killings in he middle of a war?, posted on November 19, 2020 at 13:23:14|
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|Check out James Dickey's novel, "To the White Sea".|