Children of Wrath: A Novel (Willi Kraus Series #2) (Paperback)

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Children of Wrath: A Novel (Willi Kraus Series #2) (Paperback)

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This is book number 2 in the Willi Kraus Series series.

Willi Kraus, the celebrated WWI and detective, returns in this prequel story about how he became the most famous Jewish Detective in Germany in the days of the Weimar Republic

In Paul Grossman's Children of Wrath Willi Kraus tackles the case of the Kinderfresser, the vicious Child-Eater of Berlin. Turning the clock back two years from The Sleepwalkers, the story starts out in the fall of 1929, the last days of prosperity. Berlin is deep in the throes of a giddy rush to forget its troubled past. But the same day the stock market crashes in New York, the dark underside of the German capital flushes to the surface in the form of a burlap sack spewed by floodwaters from the city sewer system. When Willi is called to investigate and discovers the sack is full of children's bones with teeth marks on them--and a bible with a single phrase circled in red: children of wrath--he fears he's run into "something darker than he's ever known."

Paul Grossman is a long time teacher of writing and literature at Hunter College. He is the author of The Sleepwalkers and Children of Wrath.

Product Details ISBN: 9781250020819
ISBN-10: 1250020816
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Publication Date: March 19th, 2013
Pages: 336
Language: English
Series: Willi Kraus Series

“A riveting debut novel.” —The Boston Globe on The Sleepwalkers

“Powerfully captures the atmosphere of Berlin on the verge of Nazi takeover, the elegance and cultural brilliance amid the decadence, and the sense of impending doom.” —Library Journal, starred review on The Sleepwalkers

“A stunning debut. ” —MJ Rose on The Sleepwalkers

“A remarkable debut.” —David Liss on The Sleepwalkers

Roars through 1932 Berlin like a Messerschmitt fighter.” —Gregg Hurwitz on The Sleepwalkers