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Excerpts from reviews of Fatal Lies, a murder mystery set in early 20th century Vienna:
Meanwhile, a torrid affair with exotic Hungarian musician Trezska Novak brings Liebermann to the brink of personal destruction via a budding addiction to absinthe.

This woman, however, arouses our suspicions (if not Liebermann's) by rather quickly taking him to bed and introducing him to absinthe, which he finds provides both fascinating insights ("His perceptual universe was strangely altered") and near-fatal hangovers.

My kind of girl.
Gruene Fee, Mata Hari or Montmartre-which one?
I don't know about that near-fatal hangover stuff …. I can't afford to drink absinthe in quantities that would get me drunk!
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