In the last volume of the trilogy about the unconventional private eye Onno Viets, he ends up in the remote village Finkloch. The title of the novel, set in the hunter-milieu, refers to an old myth, according to which someone, who shoots a white deer, will die himself shortly afterwards. When a village hunter is found dead in his hide after a fight, Onno Viets starts to investigate again.
With powerful eloquence and a sense for the comically grotesque Frank Schulz describes the suppressed abyss and undigested trauma behind the rural idyll.
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