The blurb on the back of the book rings some bells. Hungarian Roma squatting in an abandoned Copenhagen garage. They're getting sick and dying. (That sounds like invisible death, but murder?)
The main "investigator" in this mystery is nurse Nina Borg, working for the Red Cross in a refugee program. There are Roma connections across Europe. There's a young Roma man who wants nothing more than his law degree, which a university professor won't approve because the man is a Roma. But there are people who want a buried canister and its
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This one will keep you fascinated and wondering; wondering especially about the motivations of nurse Borg and student Sandor. And if you wait a few months before thinking about it, you might be wondering why you don't remember details about the plot and action.
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- Anonymous review at Mysterious Reviews
- Doreen Sheridan's review at Criminal Element
- Karen's review at EuroCrime
- Anonymous review at Scandinavian Crime Fiction