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The Ways of Justice: A DCS Frank Kruger Political Crime Thriller Series #1)

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full-length, noir mystery thriller set against the crooked world of fashion, Ways of Justice is the first book in the DCS Frank Kruger Political Crime Thriller Series and is set in the top echelons of the fashion industry in Europe and among the upper crust of the business world where wealth and social status (and elite lawyers) place them above the laws of the land. Where ...more
Kindle Edition, 282 pages
Published July 22nd 2015 by DSF Publishing (first published June 15th 2015)
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Molly
Jul 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A well plotted and professionally executed story set in Munich. A business man dies under suspicious circumstances and his driver goes missing at the same time. The company undergoes restructuring in ways that imply foul play. The victim and the company are of political interest and so investigations have to be discreet.
Fisher lets the story unfold slowly and gain momentum until the complexities and the field of players become clearer. The suspense grows steadily, as does the intrigue. The
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Tony Parsons
Dec 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
London, England. Gia Madden (wife/daughter-in-law, fashion model, purchasing, nee
Bonetti) was currnelty working for Madden Corporation, fashion/textile producer).
Myna Kohler was her personal asst.
A call from Munich, Germany was bad news for Gia.
Dolff Madden (Hardy’s son, Gia’s husband, wealthy) had an accident & has passed away.
DCS Frank Kruger (Munich CID), & DI Mario Ziegler (25+) were investigating the accident.
Karl Zonnek (Dolff's bodyguard/chauffer) was nowhere to be found.
Ulrich
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David Fisher
Apr 13, 2016 added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
This is the first book in a white-collar crime fiction series. It is set in Munich. The city's location in south western Germany and its proximity to Austria, Switzerland, Italian and the Czech Republic make it the ideal choice for a mystery crime thriller series. International white-collar crime flourishes in this large area and the geographical complexity makes the work of DCS Frank Kruger that much more difficult.

The city's history goes back more than 900 years when it was a major city in the
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Joe Cosentino
Nov 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
David Fisher’s The Ways of Justice is a hard-boiled detective novel with a tough leading character, police detective Frank Kruger. This novel is a white collar crime mystery about corrupt politicians, political power plays, financial fraud and extortion, and blackmail, with a touch of fashion and humor. Set in Germany, the novel has a large cast of shady characters and enough plot twists and turns to hold the reader’s attention. This novel is not a quick, cozy read. It’s a lengthy work that ...more
Judith Lucci
Dec 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A well-written, well-plotted novel by David Fisher has all the intrigue, suspense and questions offered by any great read. The novel delves into the death of Dolf Maddens, a fashion mogul. As the plot moves forward it exposes political corruption, murder and power. A well-written thriller with a complex plot well worth the read. Recommend highly.
Debrah Martin
Nov 28, 2015 rated it really liked it
Intriguing, hard-hitting, gritty thriller. Convincing dialogue and attention to detail makes this a read you'll want to follow up with the author's next book, and the next. I was provided with a free copy of this book for the purposes of review.
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Average read. Certainly not a page turner .
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I was born and raised in the UK but have spent most of my professional life in various parts of Europe and have settled with my family in Bonn, Germany. Since retirement, I write novels for the discerning reader, under my own name and the pen name, Dale Stevens.
My genres consist of:
-- (Under David S. Fisher) a mixture of crime and mystery thrillers, detective fiction,
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