Responsibility (novel)

Responsibility is a novel by New Zealand author Nigel Cox, published by Victoria University Press in 2005.[1]

The novel is set in contemporary Berlin, and tells the story of an expatriate New Zealander who, whilst working as a consultant for German museums, becomes embroiled in criminal activity out of boredom. The novel is notable for combining noir and detective fiction clichés with comedy, as well as having a serious emotional centre.

Much of the book's source material is drawn from Nigel Cox's own experiences living in Berlin, and working at the Jewish Museum there, between 2000 and 2005.

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  1. ^ Barton, Chris (6 June 2005). "Nigel Cox: Responsibility". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 11 June 2011.

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