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By Daniel Friedman

While greenback Schatz, senior citizen and retired Memphis cop, learns that an outdated adversary can have escaped Germany with a fortune in stolen gold, dollar comes to a decision to seek down the fugitive and declare the loot. yet lots of people need a piece of the stolen treasure, and Buck’s research fast draws unfriendly cognizance from a really motley (and murderous) staff in Daniel Friedman's Don't Ever Get outdated, nominated for an Edgar Award for top First Novel.

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Don't Ever Get Old (Buck Schatz)

Whilst greenback Schatz, senior citizen and retired Memphis cop, learns that an outdated adversary could have escaped Germany with a fortune in stolen gold, greenback makes a decision to seek down the fugitive and declare the loot. yet lots of people desire a piece of the stolen treasure, and Buck’s research quick draws unfriendly awareness from a really motley (and murderous) team in Daniel Friedman's Don't Ever Get previous, nominated for an Edgar Award for top First Novel.

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DR RUDOLF SIEVERTS ProfeIsor of Criminal Law aDd CriminololY in tbe Univenity of Hamburg The Evolution of Sexual Criminality in the Federal Republic of Germany My report on the evolution of sexual criminality in Germany unfortunately covers only the area of the Federal Republic, since no statistics have been published on criminality in the part of Germany under Soviet Russian influence. Furthermore, my report is concerned only with criminal statistics. Nevertheless, if the reader is to understand the figures quoted I must first of all give abrief description of the legal situation in Western Germany as it is today.

The only remark that might be made is this, that in the Netherlands a large part of the country has been industrialized and urbanized. The consequence has been an increase in the medium-sized towns. It might be that the way in which countrypeople commonly react to feelings of sexual insufficiency is followed by them even when their environment has been urbanized. 4. Why is the increase of sexual criminality so much more marked among the married group? Here the hypotheses put forward in answer to questions 1 and 2 shed some light on this fourth question too.

Entailmayaiso loss of f civil rights 55 THE EVOLUTION OF SEXUAL CRIMINALITY IN GERMANY B. Incest = intercourse between persons unable to marry on account of blood relationship or relationship by marriage IV. s. up to 5 years; in the case of relatives in the descending line, i. up to 2 years; offenders under 18 years of age are not punishable. modesty A. Causing a public nuisance by sexual im- § 183 } i. up morality Penal Code years Main case: exhibitionism (indecent exposure) possibly merging with § 176 No.

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