Berlin Noir - The Pale Criminal, Part II, Chapters 15-20 Summary & Analysis

Philip Kerr
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The Pale Criminal, Part II, Chapters 15-20 Summary

While completing the difficult task of informing the parents of one of the missing girls that their daughter's body has been found, Gunther and Becker inform the family that traces of hashish have been found in her mouth, indicating that the murderer is using this substance, as well as an officer's uniform, to lure the girls. The parents are concerned that there is no publicity regarding the murders and believe that all of Berlin should be warned. Heydrich has received strict orders, however, that the crimes are to remain unpublicized. Gunther learns that the parents had hired a private investigator, Rolf Vogelmann, to look for their daughter, to no avail. Vogelmann, unknown to Gunther, is taking out full page newspaper advertisements for his services, ads, it turns out, that are paid...

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