Lawyer James Raison is sent to Munich to represent one of the claimants in a case of reparation involving the Swiss account of a rich Jewish banker called Bamberger who disappeared when the Germans overran Europe. The other claimant, Grunwald, an aged concentration camp victim has returned for the first time to the country where he suffered harrowing humiliations. Grunwald wants the money to build a home for the mentally ill in Israel. Together, Raison and Grunwald set out to investigate Bamberger's disappearance. Their search leads them across Europe to the Bavarian border. At last, within reach of Bamberger's money, they expose a final, shameful deceit.
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'A brilliantly devised and passionately felt piece of serious entertainment' Sunday TimesAbout the Author:
Lionel Davidson is a three-times winner of The Gold Dagger Award (for The Night of Wenceslas, A Long Way to Shiloh and The Chelsea Murders). His thrillers and adventure novels, most recently Kolymsky Heights, have won him enormous international acclaim. He has travelled widely, spent some time in Israel, but now lives in North London.
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