1993. After forty years of communist rule it's time for change in the GDR.
Direct democracy, citizen's movements and de-centralization are part of the new political landscape.
But when a politician's crushed body is found a constitutional crisis erupts.
Martin Grobe, former dissident, is caught up in an investigation that points towards the KGB, the Stasi and the West Germans—but is it really the start of a putsch against the new GDR, or just a murder?
Book 1 in the East Berlin Series