The Bern policeman and his wife are on holiday in Just as Mann's Berghof Sanatorium mirrored the schadenfreude of the world outside, so the Swiss In the first English translation of a European cult classic originally published in Germany in , the third in Glauser's absurdist Studer mystery series after In Matto's Realm , Swiss police Sgt. Jacob Studer investigates two More from pw.
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Anna Hungerlott, supposedly dead from gastric influenza, left behind handkerchiefs with traces of arsenic. Murdered, a single pistol shot to the heart that did not pierce his clothing. This is the fourth in the Sergeant Studer series.
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Friedrich Glauser is a legendary figure in European crime writing. He was a morphine and opium addict much of his life and began writing crime novels while an inmate of the Swiss asylum for the insane at Waldau. When, in later years, Sergeant Studer told the story of the Chinaman, he called it the story of three places, as the case unfolded in a Swiss country inn, in a poorhouse, and in a horticultural college. One foggy November morning the enigmatic James Farny, nicknamed the Chinaman by Studer, was found lying on Anna's grave. Hello, Login. Visit Our Stores.