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Pavel Kohout (2000) The Widow Killer: A Novel.

In 1945, someone is murdering and mutilating the widows of war heroes in Prague, which is occupied by the German Nazi Regime. Pavel Kohout's novel tells the story of two cops: the young, idealistic Czech, Morava, and the Gestapo officer, Buback, who has a secret agenda. History lesson, packaged into suspenseful thriller.

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Josef Skvorecky (2002) The Miracle Game.

Two miracles, a religious and a political, deeply affect the life of Danny Smirick in Skvorecky's deliciously black comedy.

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