Barcelona at Dawn

The year is 1923. On a hot summer night, four corpses wash up at the           port of Barcelona. When Journalist Pere Marsé investigates these           murders he is shocked to discover that one of the victims is in fact           a German policeman. As he digs even deeper, Marsé soon realizes this           is only the tip of what turns out to be an intricate plot of both           criminal and political intrigue. As each layer of the onion is peeled           away, more questions than answers come to the surface. Anarchists,           local police, German nationals, French Secret Service and Military           leaders all play their parts. This fascinating book -- based on real           circumstances and characters -- recounts events that happened in           Barcelona in the early 1920s. These events were a direct reason why           Hitler failed with his attempted coup in Munich on November 8, 1923.

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