The Adventures of Dagobert Trostler: Vienna's Sherlock Holmes

The Adventures of Dagobert Trostler: Vienna's Sherlock Holmes - Vienna's Sherlock Holmes

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Publisher's Synopsis

"The first important Teutonic sleuth." -- Ellery Queen

Dagobert Trostler is the Sherlock Holmes of Vienna . . . with a twist. Like Holmes, he's the most famous private investigator in Vienna. Unlike Holmes, he's a bit of a party animal. While he loves a good mystery, he also loves good food, good company and a good time. He's a bon-vivant and right at home in the brilliant social scene of Vienna in the heyday of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. And when scandal threatens and reputations are at stake, he's the only man to call.

So spend an evening of conversation, coffee, and crime with Dagobert, Lady Violet and Herr Grumbach -- and you'll see for yourself why turn-of-the-century Vienna was a lot more fun than Victorian London!

These stories, written by Balduin Groller and published in Vienna between 1889 and 1910, are a glimpse into the sparkling, forgotten world of turn-of-the-century Vienna. Hugely popular in the German-speaking world, they are now available in English for the first time exclusively from Kazabo Publishing.

The Adventures of Dagobert Trostler is the first in a series. Watch for The Memoirs of Dagobert Trostler and The Casebook of Dagobert Trostler, coming soon!

Book information

ISBN: 9781948104050
Publisher: Kazabo Publishing
Imprint: Kazabo Publishing
Pub date:
Language: English
Number of pages: 196
Weight: 232g
Height: 129mm
Width: 203mm
Spine width: 16mm