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Body Politic? Blood Summit? Or Show Me the Head of the President?

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You’re shopping for a fast-paced, intelligent action thriller.

You spot three books, set in Berlin, which you think might meet the bill.

The Reichstag in Berlin: setting for my new novel

One of them is called Blood Summit.

One of them is called Body Politic.

The third is called Show me the head of the President.

On which do you click?

Please let me know in the “comments” section below.

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  1. weinfreundin says:

    body politic sounds most interesting to me.


  2. eva Marinter says:

    Weil mir bloody summit möglicherweise zu gewaltttätig ist, wähle ich body politics.


  3. Gudrun Kavalir says:

    I definitely prefer “Show me the head of the president”. This title evokes pictures like the one of Saint John the Baptist’s head on a plate and it simulates one’s imagination. What do you think ablout shortening the title? “The president’s head”.


  4. P says:

    Blood summit.


  5. jonyrussell says:

    Presumably the last one is a nod towards ISIHAC and, as such, will go over the head of most of your younger readers. Sorry but I don’t think either of the others does you justice. Body Politic must surely already be a political memoire while Blood Summit is perhaps a little too Andy McNab? Is there a German phrase for ‘back to the drawing board’?


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