|注意：||"A Marian Wood book."
Originally published: London : Quercus, 2008.
|描述：||389 pages ; 24 cm.|
A Quiet Flame opens in 1950. Falsely fingered a war criminal, Bernie Gunther has booked passage to Buenos Aires, lured, like the Nazis whose company he has always despised, by promises of a new life and a clean passport from the Perón government. But Bernie doesn't have the luxury of settling into his new home and lying low. He is soon pressured by the local police into taking on a case in which a girl has turned up dead, gruesomely mutilated, and another--the daughter of a wealthy German banker, has gone missing. Both crimes seem to connect to an unsolved case Bernie worked on back in Berlin in 1932. It's not so far-fetched that the cases might be linked: after all, the scum of the earth has been washing up on Argentine shores, state-licensed murderers and torturers, so why couldn't a serial killer be among them?
- Gunther, Bernhard (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
- Private investigators -- Fiction.
- Undercover operations -- Fiction.
- Nazis -- Fiction.
- Girls -- Crimes against -- Fiction.
- Argentina -- Politics and government -- 1943-1955 -- Fiction.
- Argentina -- History -- 1943-1955 -- Fiction.
- Girls -- Crimes against.
- Gunther, Bernhard (Fictitious character)
- Politics and government
- Private investigators.
- Undercover operations.