Murder in the Tiergarten
by Robert Garris
William Heath, an American journalist, has been found dead in Berlin's Tiergarten, just before the First World War. The investigations into his death bring together an American diplomat, an outspoken young noblewoman, a naive police officer, and a reticent friend of the victim. This unlikely team unravels the political, social, and romantic intrigues that might have provoked Mr. Heath's murder.