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Leninov park

“Why would someone shoot an elderly homeless woman?”
“Some people don’t like tramps.”
“Such as?”
“Have you not seen the anti-refugee posters, Inspector? And what’s the difference between a refugee and a homeless person?”

Rights sold: UK, North Macedonia, Italy

Dimensions: 13 x 20 cm
Year of publication: 2018
No. of pages: 477

About the Book

The body of a woman is discovered in a small park in the centre of Ljubljana. She has been shot in the head. A day later a man dies in the same way in another part of town. Are the murders linked? Ljubljana is sweltering in a heat wave, a new government is being set up in Slovenia after recent elections, and even without this, police inspector Taras Birsa is having enough troubles of his own.

Tadej Golob (foto: Boštjan Pucelj)

Tadej Golob

Tadej Golob (1967) is one of the most unique Slovene authors with thematically very diverse scope of works. He appeared among the writers with a book Z Everesta (From Everest) (2000) where he describes Dave Karničar’s skiing from the highest mountain of the world, a mountain that the writer also ascended, and continues with biographies of Peter Vilfan (2004), Zoran Predin (2009) and Goran Dragic (2015), with novels for youth Zlati zob (Gold tooth) (2011) and Kam je izginila Brina? (Where did Brina disappear?) (2013), and with novels for adults Svinjske nogice (Pig’s feet) (Kresnik award 2010 for best novel) and Ali boma ye! (nomination for Kresnik award 2014). Jezero (Lake) (2016) is his first crime novel.