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German private investigator Georg Dengler is hired -flown in by corporate jet- by Dr. Larson's consultancy firm, which works with water project worldwide, to check on the official police ruling of accident in the explosion near Athens of the luxury yacht of Greek EU lobbyist Kolidis, Internet-posted life by his teen son Yannis. Neither corpse was found, Dr. Larson fears a covered-up murder. Dengler uses his fake state prosecution ID to get access to the Athens police commissioner in charge, who is clean but not without suspicion himself, then rehires his tech assistant, hacker Olga, to look into the shady dealing Kolidis was presumably about to reveal, concerning a public amenities concern's plans with the Greek water works to be privatized under and EU deal. Kolidis's German contact and last phone contact, MP Andreas Schülkopf, with a personal angle at odds with his conservative party, is initially uncooperative, until he hears from Larson. Schülkopf promises Dengler to pas on Kolidis's evidence on memory stick, but it's stolen by masked henchman holding his whole family at gunpoint, who plants drugs to be found by the German police, so Schülkopf is arrested and discredited by his own party whip Dr. Österle, who sends his own henchman. Dengler strikes a deal with federal prosecution (BKA) chief Dr. Müller to collaborate with Europol. In Greece he finds Konstantinos Kolidis alive by tracking his son to a:monastery, but ruthless killers are on the same trail.
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