Inspector Anders And The Ship Of Fools PDF/EPUB Ü

Inspector Anders And The Ship Of Fools PDF/EPUB Ü

Inspector Anders And The Ship Of Fools ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Inspector Anders And The Ship Of Fools By Marshall Browne ✸ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Across Europe, a terrorist group opposed to globalization is killing executives who retrench large numbers of staff The Italian Anders, with his extensive experience of terrorists, is called in to ass Across Europe, a terrorist group opposed to globalization And The PDF ☆ is killing executives who retrench large numbers of staff The Italian Anders, with his extensive Inspector Anders Epub / experience of terrorists, is called in to assist the French Police It is not an assignment he welcomes Anders is still recovering from the Anders And The PDF ☆ trauma of his recent success against the mafia, and is himself opposed to many of the practices of big corporations Moreover, the terrorists are capable of feats that appear impossible In the process of uncovering the methods and identity of his foes, Anders finds himself driven beyond all his experience and to the edge of sanity.


10 thoughts on “Inspector Anders And The Ship Of Fools

  1. Rena Nowacoski Rena Nowacoski says:

    intriguing continuation of an intriguing mystery series


  2. Brian Brian says:

    Very enjoyable second novel featuring Inspector Anders, now working for Interpol Sadly, Marshall Browne s books are hard to find, so I m not too hopeful I ll be able to read the third book in this series, and I ve heard he was working on the fourth when he died unexpectedly in 2014.


  3. Maddy Maddy says:

    Inspector Anders, Interpol senior inspector, was introduced in The Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders, where he cleverly solved a situation involving the Italian Mafia World weary, introspective, an amputee who lost a leg as a result of a bombing earlier in his career, Anders is once again involved in a highly complex case which originates in Frankfurt, Germany A drug company is in merger talks, and their joint boards are meeting to finalize the arrangements Somehow, a bomb has been planted in th Inspector Anders, Interpol senior inspector, was introduced in The Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders, where he cleverly solved a situation involving the Italian Mafia World weary, introspective, an amputee who lost a leg as a result of a bombing earlier in his career, Anders is once again involved in a highly complex case which originates in Frankfurt, Germany A drug company is in merger talks, and their joint boards are meeting to finalize the arrangements Somehow, a bomb has been planted in the conference room, and the 16 board members are now nothingthan DNA fragments It s a horrific scene, and the message is quite clear companies considering mergers that will result in widespread unemployment will be targeted for similar treatment A group going by the name of Judgment Day claims responsibility for the deaths, although it s also possible that this was the work of a very deranged individual The local and national law enforcement agencies come together to allay the threat, and Interpol is called in as well with Anders and his dapper partner Matucci investigating the situation Interpol s main contribution in cases like this is its computerized criminal file and database of major crimes There are 3 other mergers between various companies in various countries in the works, and it s a guessing game as to which of these will be next The perpetrator s provide some guidance by contacting a local reporter and, using a synthesized voice, giving information on the possible next hits The most tantalizing clues are snippets of quotes from the 15th century work, Ship of Fools, which lead Anders and Matucci to locations in France, Belgium and Germany.Further acts of terrorism occur It s very puzzling how there are generally people in the vicinity of each of these acts who have no recollection of anything strange occurring before the actual killings It appears that a master hypnotist may be using his talents to wipe out their memories of the events and that Anders is not impervious to his tactics, teetering on the edge of sanity at some points This to me was a weak element of the book and a too convenient a device for creating an invisible evil force The resolution of the book really stretched credulity as this was inconsistently played out.Although there was a lot going on in the book, the pace seemed slow to me The book is actually a locked room mystery, with several rooms involved, each with their own set of associated puzzles and red herrings Politics and greed create some interesting bedfellows, and there aren t too many individuals in this book who could be labeled good guys.Anders is an interesting character He s a bit older, rather introspective and highly intuitive, although some of his hunches are horrendously wrong He is very enad of women who have vulnerabilities and life experience In spite of that, it s difficult for the reader to feel that they know Anders what IS his first name On many occasions, his politeness is noted he is of the urbane, philosophical mold created by authors such as Donna Leon and Michael Dibdin, although he is lacking some of the humor and warmth of their creations


  4. Steve Steve says:

    The sequel to the Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders This time, Anders is battling an international terrorist organisation or is he While not quite as credible as the previous tale which actually wasn t that credible either, now that I think about it , this is still an engaging read from beginning to end Oct 2001


  5. Pauline Moncrieff Pauline Moncrieff says:

    Inspector Anders is working for Interpol to solve a series of violent terrorist acts against big companies throughout Europe He is a flawed and troubled character, whose personal characteristics and idiosycrasies help him in some way to find out the truth.


  6. Rosemary Rosemary says:

    This Aussie writer is not as famous as he should be for his mysteries Inspector Anders, an Italian, works for Interpol and solves some difficult murders, flitting around Europe with his trusty underling.


  7. Peter Metcalfe Peter Metcalfe says:

    tightly held till the end


  8. Betty Betty says:

    I would give this 4 stars except that I just didn t believe the villain s skill set was credible If you are willing to suspend disbelief, then this is an excellent read.


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