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»Here, when handed one of the more poignant pieces of information ever to cap a case, Delaware fights tears. The reader may, as well, while contemplating the fate of a newborn in a turbulent world.«

Gerald Bartell

The new thriller Guilt by Jonathan Kellerman is a solid, poignant tale of violence and innocence, Gerald Bartell says. His review at The Washington Post.

»Guilt suffers a little when compared with its predecessor, which was richer and less schematic, probably because in that book von Schirach was drawing on the best material from his years of practice. But if these new stories are leftovers, they’re still awfully tasty.«
Adam Liptak about the stories by Ferdinand von Schirach. His review at