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Andrea Maria Schenkel is the supreme exponent of German neo-realism, presenting her crime fiction as quasi-dossiers containing seemingly "evidenced" statements forming many-faceted narratives which place the reader in the position of judicial inquirer, bringing a involvement to the murder mystery unequalled except in Cluedo.
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