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Dance macabre beside the Danube
on 3 August 2018
This is a great read by Kevin Wignall on par with his Death in Sweden. Kevin constructs an interesting scenario and with a complex back story that he sets out simply so you can enjoy the action. There are no long winded and pointless descriptions but what's there is well written so you can imagine you are in Vienna. It is the same with the characters who are believable but who can he trust.
Freddie Makin has been watching Jiang Cheng a seemingly mundane academic for a year. Until the day someone is sent to kill him but misses through luck. Freddie knows he must have seen something incriminating. The only trouble is, he has no idea what.
Thus starts lethal dance across Vienna as Freddie tries to avoid his pursuers while tracking down the answers. He has to make choices about who he can trust.
This is a very enjoyable read that moves at a cracking pace. I will continue to read Kevin's books.