Vienna Blood is the second entry in Frank Tallis’ Liebermann Papers series.
Vienna Blood is the second entry in Frank Tallis’ Liebermann Papers series. It is 1902 and in Vienna, young psychiatrist Max Liebermann is asked by his friend, Detective Inspector Oskar Rheinhardt, to use his powers of observation and psychological insight to help discover an apparent serial killer. The deaths are baffling, including a madam and two prostitutes, a young immigrant, even a snake in the royal zoo - all highly ritualized and all seemingly completely unrelated.
In "Vienna Blood," British novelist Frank Tallis continues "The Liebermann Papers:" the diaries of his fictional turn-of-the-century Viennese crime-solver, Dr Max Liebermann. In 1902 a serial killer is stalking Vienna. Vicious mutilation, arcane symbols, and a seemingly random choice of victims are the murderer's most distinctive peculiarities. Detective Inspector Oskar Rheinhardt summons a young disciple of Freud - his friend Dr. Max Liebermann - to assist him with the case
Liebermann Papers Series. 7 primary works, 8 total works. Max Liebermann, a psychoanalytic detective in tury Vienna, Austria: Book 1. A Death in Vienna.
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Vienna Twilight: A Max Liebermann Mystery (Liebermann Papers Volume Five) . We have a blood libel and rabidly anti-semitic newspapers.
Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). The fifth Max Liebermann mystery (following Fatal Lies, 2009) finds the psychiatrist once again wrapped up in a police investigation. This time headless bodies start appearing in front of statues all across Vienna. We have prominent Jewish bankers, doctors, philanthropists and professors. On the religious side we have regular rabbis and messianic Kabbalists.
Vienna Blood by Frank Tallis is an elegantly written murder mystery that was a joy to read. Reinhardt and his close friend, Dr Max Liebermann, a respected practitioner of Freudian psychology, are convinced that the murders, with a strong resemblance to the recent Whitechapel Jack the Ripper executions, are the work of a demented serial killer who will soon be looking for a fourth victim. Vienna Blood is a superbly crafted historical mystery built around a compellingly recreated Vienna.
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But when psychoanalyst Dr. Max Liebermann learns that both victims were vocal members of a shadowy anti-Semitic group, he turns . He is the author of two previous Dr. Max Liebermann novels: Vienna Blood and Mortal Mischief. Max Liebermann learns that both victims were vocal members of a shadowy anti-Semitic group, he turns his gaze to the city’s close-knit Hasidic community. And as the evidence-and bodies-pile up, Liebermann must reconsider his own path, the one that led him away from the miraculous and toward a life of the mind.
Frank Tallis is a writer and pracitising clinical psychologist. Fatal Lies: A Max Liebermann Mystery by Dr Frank Tallis (Paperback, softback, 2009). He has published seven non-fiction books (including Changing Minds: The History of Psychotherapy as an Answer to Human Suffering and Hidden Minds: A History of the Unconscious). He has also written two novels; Killing Time and Sensing Others, both published by Penguin. In 1999 he received a Writers' Award from the Arts Council of Great Britain and in 2000 he won the New London Writers' Award (London Arts Board).
Author: Frank Tallis. In 1900s Vienna, Psychoanalyst Dr Max Liebermann is called in to help with police investigations into the murder of a young medium. In this first of a new series of psychoanalytical detective novels set in Vienna, Dr Max Liebermann is a young psychoanalyst – and disciple of Freud. The world of 1900s Vienna is one where philosophy, science and art flourish and are hotly debated in the coffee shops.
Author: Frank Tallis
Category: Mystery and Thriller
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks; First Edition edition (January 8, 2008)
Pages: 485 pages
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