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A Chemical Prison

Barbara Nadel




Inspector Çetin İkmen and forensic pathologist Arto Sarkission have known each other since childhood and, despite the differences in their religions, races and salary levels, their work has always strengthened their friendship. When both are called to a body in an apartment close to the Topkapi Museum there's no reason to think anything will change.


But the case is a strange one. The only person ever seen visiting the comfortable flat is a middle-aged Armenian; the dead boy' s limbs are atrophied, the flat 's windows nailed shut. The young man seems to have been a prisoner inside this gilded cage. But why? And for how long? And for how long?


And what, wonders Çetin, is making his old friend Arto, himself an Armenian, so uncomfortable?




Read all of the the Inspector Çetin İkmen novels by Barbara Nadel:

Balshazzar's Daughter


Deep Waters



Deadly Web

Dance With Death

A Passion for Killing

Pretty Dead Things

River of Death


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