In Quito, three men are murdered: a German, an Arab, and a tycoon with a dark past. The murder weapon is never found.
Who has shocked this tropical paradise? Is it the natives, fighting for their rain forest home? The long-time European immigrants who built up Ecuador into a modern nation? The recent immigrants, looking to make fast money, no matter the cost? The Chinese, in South America for their own financial advantage?
No one is sure, but for one former resident—back in town for a visit—the Eden he once knew has become a place of terror, as he is both threatened and accused.
Viennese-born author Inge Ginsberg lived in New York, Zurich, Tel Aviv, and Quito. Her Wikipedia entry is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inge_Ginsberg
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