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summary Zugzwang 109 ¸ ❮Reading❯ ➳ Zugzwang ➬ Author Ronan Bennett – Gym-apparel.co.uk Zugzwang —A chess term used to describe a position in which a player is reduced to utter helplessless he is obliged to move but every move serves to make his position even worseA thriller set in St Zugzwang —A chess term used to describe a positiOn the verge of a complete breakdown As Dr Spethmann is drawn deeper into the murderous intrigue he finds that he his patients and his daughter may all be pawns in a game larger in scope than anything he could have imagined Punctuated with board by board illustrations of a chess match that plays out through the book Zugzwang is a masterfully written novel packed with cliffhangers romance unforgettable characters and a plot that keeps readers guessing to the very end. zug zwang –noun Chess a situation in which a player is limited to mov

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Spethmann the celebrated psychoanalyst receives a visit from the police There has been another murder in the city and somehow he is implicated The doctor is mystified and deeply worried as much for his young spirited daughter as for himselfMeanwhile he finds himself preoccupied by two new patients Anna Petrovna a society beauty plagued with nightmares with whom he is inappropriately falling in love and the troubled genius Rozental a brilliant but fragile chess master. It feels mean to describe a book as competently diverting but I think t

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ZugzwangZugzwang A chess term used to describe a position in which a player is reduced to utter helplessless he is obliged to move but every move serves to make his position even worseA thriller set in St Petersburg in amid an international chess tournament and a series of mysterious murders Zugzwang unfolds in a city on the verge of revolution On a blustery April day a respected St Petersburg newspaper editor is murdered in front of a shocked crowd Five days later Dr Otto. While the plot is somewhat farfetched the writing is interesting and th