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Tiefes, dunkles Blau
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Deep Dark Blue

A Zurich Crime Novel
Published by Diogenes as Tiefes, dunkles Blau
Original Title: Tiefes, dunkles Blau

The new Zurich-based crime series from Diogenes, presenting a wonderfully warmhearted investigator who is also a keen gardener and cook: Rosa Zambrano, an officer with the water police. 

Lake Zurich is Rosa’s beat. When a body is recovered from its blue depths, she realises the man looks eerily familiar. 

Shortly after Officer Rosa Zambrano has her eggs frozen at a fertility treatment centre on Lake Zurich, her doctor is found dead. Who might have wanted to get Dr Jansen – also a successful biotech entrepreneur – out of the way? The initial clues lead Rosa to a villa on the Goldcoast on Lake Zurich, to genetic research labs, deep into an alternative subculture and into the murky world of the sex trade – and to four women, each of whom in their own way reject the hand they have been dealt by biology or fate. 


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»Seraina Kobler has written a compelling thriller which, fortunately, isn’t too gory.«

Gaby van Whaden / WDR2, Cologne

»Seraina Kobler knows how to build tension.«

Bernd Noack / Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich

»In her crime novel, Seraina Kobler has found a calm and unhurried language.«

Kristian Teetz / Sonntag, Hanover

»A gripping crime novel that still makes a holiday in Zurich sound like fun.«

Martin Meyer / Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, Essen

»Seraina Kobler has written a compelling thriller which, fortunately, isn’t too gory.«

Gaby van Whaden / WDR2, Cologne

»Seraina Kobler knows how to build tension.«

Bernd Noack / Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich

»In her crime novel, Seraina Kobler has found a calm and unhurried language.«

Kristian Teetz / Sonntag, Hanover

»A gripping crime novel that still makes a holiday in Zurich sound like fun.«

Martin Meyer / Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, Essen
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