I spend my days with the arrangements for Stefan’s and my trip to New York (ThrillerFest we are coming!). But today I also had a long session with my editor: We were discussing some problems in the plot of Faris Iskander’s third case which will be published in winter.
Interested in some details? Here they are:
In order to stop the terrorists he must become one of them.
A city in fear and a ruthless enemy – Faris Iskander’s toughest case yet.
Tough as a nail, sharp as a knife, fast-paced and terrifyingly realistic.
After a bombing at the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin special prosecutor Faris Iskander has become something of a wildcard for undercover investigations. He is put on the case of suspected terrorist Muhammad al-Sadiq, who seems to be planning a terrorist attack on Berlin from his prison cell. In order to gain access to Sadiq, Faris must pretend to be an Islamist and deliver some credible proof of his terrorist intentions. But thatʼs not his only problem: In the course of their investigation, he and his team have found that there is also a right-wing attack underway. The whole task is getting more dangerous by the hour, especially since not everyone in his unit seems to be playing with open cards…