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Wisecracking PI Kemal Kayankaya cares more about sausage and beer than politics, but when he is hired to defend four eco-terrorists charged with murdering the owner of a chemical plant, he finds himself stuck in the middle of Germany’s culture wars. It doesn’t take long for Kayankaya to realize that the whole situation stinks and that both the Left and the Right have blood on their hands. And is the fiery journalist Carla Reedermann dogging his steps because she smells a story, or is she after something more?

A hardboiled noir in the Chandler tradition that also provides a wry critique of contemporary racial and environmental politics, More Beer shows why Jakob Arjouni’s series of Kayankaya novels has become a bestselling international sensation.

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  • “Four members of a radical ecological group blow up a chemical plant pipe and find themselves involved in a strange murder charge: Kemal Kayankaya is hired to find a mysterious man who may hold the key to the incident. Ethnic influences and implications abound in this tense drama.”

    Midwest Book Review

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About the Author
Author Jakob Arjouni

Jakob Arjouni has written novels, plays, screenplays, and the Kemal Kayankaya mystery series. His other publications include his urban novel Magic Hoffmann, which was shortlisted for the IMPAC Award, and the story collections Ein Freund and Idiots: Five Fairy Tales and Other Stories. Arjouni divides his time between Germany and France.