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View 2 comments. Schnewittchen ist ein sehr guter Krimi, den ich bedauerlicherweise mit 2 Sternen Abzug abstrafen muss. Leider beginnt bereits ab S. Was haben die meisten nicht Schnewittchen ist ein sehr guter Krimi, den ich bedauerlicherweise mit 2 Sternen Abzug abstrafen muss. Was haben die meisten nicht alle Krimiautorinnen immer mit dieser Genre Mischung aus Liebesroman und Thriller? Sehr innovativ, spannend und nicht an den Haaren herbeigezogen!

View all 6 comments. Nov 29, Joanne rated it did not like it Shelves: I was moderately interested in this story. I found it intriguing for a time. But I also found it puzzling to finally get to who actually committed the murder. I will be honest I did find that aspect a little long winded.

There was some good suspense but by the end I had enough and the last few chapters were odd. There certainly seems to be a strong view of the author to young girls which really I found unlikeable and irritating.

And the approach that they both died because they flirted or lead m I was moderately interested in this story. Just came down to poor editing etc.

View 1 comment. Oct 07, Marian rated it really liked it Shelves: Skin as white as snow, hair as black as ebony and lips as red as blood… But this is no fairy story… In a small town in Germany a boy is accused of murdering a beautiful girl. On a September evening eleven years ago, two year-old girls vanished without a trace from the tiny village of Altenhain, just outside Frankfurt. In a trial based on circumstantial evidence year-old Tobias Sartorius was convicted and imprisoned for the murder of his child Skin as white as snow, hair as black as ebony and lips as red as blood… But this is no fairy story… In a small town in Germany a boy is accused of murdering a beautiful girl.

In a trial based on circumstantial evidence year-old Tobias Sartorius was convicted and imprisoned for the murder of his childhood friend Laura and his beautiful girlfriend Stefanie — otherwise known as Snow White. After serving his sentence, Tobias returns home. His presence in the little German village stirs up the events of the past.

Events that the locals would prefer to remain hidden. When the Sartorius family is subjected to a number of attacks, Detective Inspector Pia Kirchhoff and DS Oliver von Bodenstein are tasked with monitoring the tense atmosphere in the tight-knit community. As the village inhabitants close ranks it becomes apparent the disappearance of Snow White and her friend was far more complex than imagined.

Then history starts to repeat itself in a disastrous manner when another pretty girl goes missing. The police are thrown into a race against time. Will they be able to save her, or is she destined to die? After doing 10 years for a crime he' pretty sure he didn't commit sadly he has no actual memory of the night the murders he went to prison for happened Tobias sets out to find what really happened.

Eine sehr spannende Geschichte! Wenn Amelie verschwindet spitzt sich alles zu. Sehr empfehlenswert! Jan 12, Rheama rated it did not like it Shelves: Es un libro del que no se puede contar mucho de la trama por no hacer spoilers pero tiene muchos frentes abiertos y la autora consigue cerrarlos todos estupendamente. Snow White Must Die is the first of Nele Neuhaus's crime novels featuring the police detective team of Oliver von Bodenstein and Pia Kirchoff to the be translated from her native German into English, though the fourth in the bestselling series.

A complex and thrilling mystery, Snow White Must Die begins with the release of thirty year old Tobias Sartorius from prison after serving ten years for the murder of two seventeen year old girls.

Convicted solely on circumstantial evidence, when the body Snow White Must Die is the first of Nele Neuhaus's crime novels featuring the police detective team of Oliver von Bodenstein and Pia Kirchoff to the be translated from her native German into English, though the fourth in the bestselling series. Convicted solely on circumstantial evidence, when the body of one of the young girls is unearthed just days after Tobias's release, Pia begins to question the findings of the original investigation.

As she probes the holes in the case, another teenage girl, last seen in the company of Tobias, goes missing and the townspeople is certain Tobias is to blame. For Tobias the return to the community in which he grew up is difficult.

He is devastated to discover his parents have divorced, his father's life is in ruins and he quickly becomes targeted by vigilantes within the village.

Only Nadia, his childhood best friend, and Amelie, a young stranger in the town, are welcoming. In defiance of the towns vitriol Tobias refuses to leave, determined to first help his father regain his footing and perhaps uncover the truth about the murders of which he was accused. But when Amelie goes missing he is once again the focus of the police investigation and the target of the townspeople.

Despite being told to leave the case alone, Pia is bothered by it's inconsistencies, especially when Tobias's mother is thrown from an overpass.

It seems likely that the near fatal incident is related to Tobias's return and when the townspeople of Altenhain close ranks against the police, Pia becomes convinced they are hiding more than the identity of the attacker.

The multiple twists and turns of the plot are intriguing as the author connects the past and the present. I did think the pacing was a little uneven. After a slow start it begins to pick up but midway the plot loses momentum, adding detail here and there to the story and characters, but not really moving towards a resolution.

Yet as the threads finally do begin to unravel, I couldn't put it down. The translation, by Steven T Murray, is a little awkward at times but not unduly so. I have to admit that I was thrown on occasion by the unfamiliarity of German names, especially with such a large cast to keep track of. Snow White Must Die is an elaborate, engrossing crime novel where greed, betrayal, fear and the instinct for self preservation all collide to create a multi-layered story.

I really enjoyed it and I hope that Neuhaus's previous novels in the series find their way into the English speaking market soon. Dec 09, Patty rated it it was amazing. A ten year old crime comes to the surface again when the convicted man My thoughts after reading this book I never tell the story of a mystery.

Mysteries are best left for the reader This book began with a question and just sort of took off. There were great characters There were so many people who were just hateful.

The only thing I knew for sure was that Tobias had to be innocent I was so positive of this but halfway through this book I began to doubt that! Pia and Oliver Oliver has marriage woes Pia has house issues. I loved the side stories of their respective relationships. What I loved about this book I loved it all Its pace is fast I loved Pia and Oliver as a team. Pia is persistent to the point of probably being annoying What I didn't love The small minded people in this town.

The idea that they stuck together and were so mean to Tobias and his father was annoying.

Final thoughts I found this book to be one of the best mysteries I have read in a while. It held my interest. It was a delicious fast paced book. Nov 15, Julie rated it it was amazing.

First I want to thank Dion for the recommendation! My rating is more 4. At times I felt I was missing some history. I haven't read a mystery in a long time that I was wrong on every hunch and it's not like this has a lot of crazy plot twists or unreliable narrators.

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It's at times eerie and causes nail biting. If you like complex plots and stories of redemption I highly recommend. Jan 03, E. Nathasia rated it really liked it. So good, unexpected!

Recommended thriller read! Apr 29, aPriL does feral sometimes rated it liked it Shelves: Detective Inspector Pia Kirchhoff is about to embark on one of the saddest cases she has ever run across.

Unaware of tragedies she will unearth, she is called out to view the bones of an unknown individual discovered in an old underground jet fuel tank on a former military airfield at Eschborn, Germany. Her partner and boss, Bodenstein, hasn't been himself lately, and Pia finds herself taking the lead on the case as secrets begin to unravel. Another body, seemingly unrelated to the discovery at t Detective Inspector Pia Kirchhoff is about to embark on one of the saddest cases she has ever run across.

Another body, seemingly unrelated to the discovery at the airfield, brings both detectives to the scene of a 7-car collision in Sulzbach, caused by the attempted murder of a woman pushed off of a bridge into traffic. She barely survives with multiple injuries. Tracing her movements back to her car, they learn her name is Rita Cramer.

From her apartment and her answering machine, phone numbers lead to Cramer's doctor, her ex-husband, and the small town of Altenhain. Everybody knows everybody in Altenhain. Families have lived there for generations. Almost everybody works on some level for the same man, Claudius Terlinden, owner of half of the town. The town feels fortunate that Terlinden takes care of them all. Especially since Tobias Sartorius has returned on release from prison to his father's Altenhain house.

Tobias has finished serving a ten-year term for the murder of two beautiful local girls whose bodies were never found. Despite there being only circumstantial evidence, most people are satisfied that Tobias is the killer, and they are not happy that he has come back.

The town decides he will not be permitted forgiveness, although Claudius is oddly supportive of the murderer. Tobias himself, unable to remember what happened that terrible night when the girls disappeared, does not want to be there, but he finds his father has divorced his mother and he has lost his restaurant business because of the disappearances. Tobias begins to restore his father's rundown house to some livability.

Several things happen in quick succession: Kirchhoff and Bodenstein inform Tobias that the woman in the hospital who someone had tried to kill is his mother. The skeleton found at the airfield was one of the murdered girls. There is no way he could have driven her there.

Acts of vandalism begin to happen to his father's dilapidated home, which soon escalate into more dangerous threats. Four old friends seem to accept him without reservations, but weirdest of all, he has met a newcomer to the town, a waitress, Amelie, who looks exactly like one of the missing girls, with Snow White coloration and beauty I found 'Snow White Must Die' a little stilted, perhaps because of the translation, but I quickly became accustomed to the occasional awkwardness.

It is a police procedural, European style. The fact that this is written by a German author was a cause for great curiosity on my part. I've never read a book written by a German writer that wasn't on a 'Great Books' list, as in the classics author, Thomas Mann. So I was eager to read this on that point alone!

It was good! Complex, full of twists and turns, a town full of possible suspects and so many motives the reader might need to diagram the possibilities out, it is an interesting read.

Alliances and im moral influences have been amplified by the usual small town anxieties and unexamined gossip. I think it was very European in that it included a lot of details on the officers' personal family life that one almost never sees in American police procedurals. Here in the USA, fictional cops are usually extremely damaged and depressed, unable to hang onto any relationships for long without causing their loved ones maximum destruction.

In European mysteries, cops are supported more by community and friends. There is more formality, but it is an easy going kind of formality. Individualism isn't as pronounced or emphasized as in American detective mysteries.

There is rape and nightmarish murders, as well as a town full of individuals who are operating more as a lynch mob protecting personal interests rather than honest citizens seeking justice. This is not a book which the reader should set down too long before picking up again, though.

The 'red herrings' and variety of characters are numerous and tangled, ensuring confusion if left too long unread. I don't think it is helpful that it is book four in a series, either. Backstory information on the police is compressed and quickly told, although I wasn't lost by the swift review. It works as a standalone. Muy recomendable.

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An eleven year murder resurfaces when the convicted killer is released back into the small town community and a 17yr old goes missing. However, something much more harrowing and sinister is unearthed as Detective Inspector Pia Kirchhoff digs deep into the investigation eleven years earlier and discovers holes in the prosecution. Revisiting the case yields new information and the discovery of a deep seeded plan of corruption and corroboration by townsfolk in high positions directly relating to the murders of Laura and Stefanie.

The constant shift and change of direction makes it hard to pinpoint who is on the right side of the law. Neuhaus slides her characters around a proverbial chest board to craft this deeply engrossing crime fiction. No one is who they seem to be and I had a great time trying to guess the outcome. I hope more of the German books in this series get translated as not only would they compliment SNOW WHITE MUST DIE the 4th book in the series — though it reads well as a standalone but it would also bring new meaning to some of the minor character interactions, notably those within the police force itself.

I highly recommend it — 5 stars. The title of this book ensured that it had to go on my to-read list, who could resist something as stark as this? I assumed that it was likely to be in the style of some of the Scandi crime novels that have taken over the crime world; and in many ways I was right to make this assumption. Set in small town Germany, in the shadow of the mountains this is a very dark story about a double murder and the lengths the locals go to to ensure that the truth remains hidden.

This is the fourth story in the The title of this book ensured that it had to go on my to-read list, who could resist something as stark as this? This is the fourth story in the series in the original German, and at times it shows just a little.

Some familiarity with the characters of the police involved is implied from time to time. I do understand why publishers release these translated versions out of sequence sometimes but it is still a little annoying when it happens, especially if you don't realise until you've read the whole thing as happened with Alex by Pierre Lemaitre earlier in the year Anyway One to read. Jan 20, Darlene Quinn rated it it was amazing Shelves: Excellent story with phenomenal twists.

My favorite way to enjoy a story is with a book in my hand, however, I have recently become an avid fan of audio books, finding I am able to enjoy many more books and authors in this manor while on a walk, in the car, getting dress, and a myriad of mindless tasks Although the narrator of this novel was very good, he did not clearly indicate changes in chapters or scenes, therefore due to being unfamiliar with German names, audio was not the best choice f Excellent story with phenomenal twists.

My favorite way to enjoy a story is with a book in my hand, however, I have recently become an avid fan of audio books, finding I am able to enjoy many more books and authors in this manor while on a walk, in the car, getting dress, and a myriad of mindless tasks Although the narrator of this novel was very good, he did not clearly indicate changes in chapters or scenes, therefore due to being unfamiliar with German names, audio was not the best choice for me to enjoy this book.

However, this was an excellent novel and Nele Neuhaus is an author I would love to follow. Since I do not know German, hopefully some of her other novels will be translated into English. May 12, Olga Kowalska WielkiBuk rated it liked it. May 10, L. Starks rated it really liked it. I particularly liked the setting, where Switzerland is next door and Berlin is "the big city. I recommend this as a great "locked-town" mystery in an unusual location.

Dec 09, Jacqui rated it really liked it Shelves: With "Snow White Must Die" Minotaur Books , Nele Neuhaus shows the reading world that she can spin a tale steeped in small town politics, local culture, European geography, and that places the reader at the epicenter of a grisly mystery.

Does that sound easy? It's not, proven by how many failed authors litter the literary highway. If Neuhaus keeps writing like this, she won't have to worry about failing. This is the tale of a double murder where a high school boy is found guilty and sentenc With "Snow White Must Die" Minotaur Books , Nele Neuhaus shows the reading world that she can spin a tale steeped in small town politics, local culture, European geography, and that places the reader at the epicenter of a grisly mystery.

This is the tale of a double murder where a high school boy is found guilty and sentenced to ten years in prison. While he served his time, the small town that had nurtured and protected him for twenty years drove his parents out of business and treated them as pariah--despite that he never confessed to the crime, didn't remember doing it, and the bodies were never found.

The story begins with his return when it becomes clear someone is not only unhappy he is back and afraid of the truths that might still come out. This mystery is a rich interweaving of setting and story. The taste and scent of European village life permeates everything and the characters provide a window on a world most of us will never experience. Although the book nicely wraps readers into the drama of a high school wonder boy who falls from grace, is convicted of murder, and returns home to try to restart his life after paying his societal dues, there were a few bumps along the way: Yes, there is a character nicknamed 'Snow White', but she's dead.

No one runs through the plot figuring out how to kill her. In fact, the story unravels why she did die. Granted, neither of those has the sensationalism of the current title.

When it happened, I figured someone was causing him to black out, but no, it was coincidence. I ended up skimming chunks of the late chapters without missing anything.

What Neuhaus thought to be tension-building was actually pace-stalling. Every time it reached a natural conclusion, something else popped up. Is this intended for some reason that isn't explained or did it take four years to get the book from the author's computer to my early-reader hands? Visual Transitions Effect: Animated Lighting Effect: Advanced Interpolators Effect: Physics Effect: Animated Image Sequences Effect: Animated Gradients Effect: Audio Visualizer Effects: Clown Cannon.

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