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  • A rather good yarn of post WW1 Berlin.

    Rosa is a historical police thriller set in Berlin in the early months of 1919 just after the end of World War I and cantered around the murder of the Rosa Luxemburg, a socialist and Marxist intellectual. The plot is tangled and complex but is handled skilfully so that this rendition of a true story is all the more plausible. The events of the novel neatly fold into the events of post-war Berlin - disillusionment, workers revolution, and the nascent Nazi movement. The book conveys a sense of desperation existing throughout Germany and how desirous its citizens are for order and for an explanation of their defeat. Rabb deftly uses these aspects of the national psyche to offer a glimpse of the coming Nazi tide.

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