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A Death in Vienna by Frank Tallis
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Nov 23, 2008

it was ok
bookshelves: 2007-reads, bookclub-books, mystery-thrillers

A Woman is murdered in the early 20th century of Vienna. There is no bullet found and the door of the room where the murder takes place is locked from the inside. Dr. Lieberman is called by his detective friend to help solve the case. I thought the setting was interesting. I liked the references to Sigmund Freud. The mystery did not grab my attention, however. I thought there were too many mini-plots that were really not pertinent to the story. I wondered if they were intentional to make the book longer. The resolution was weak. There wasn’t enough of a surprise at the end. Disappointing and not highly recommended.

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