“She didn’t dare get any closer. Not even look at that direction. The forest was wild despite its autumn glory. She had a green, silk scarf she used to wear around her hair when it blew - just the way George liked it because, as he used to say, it reminded him of his mother - with the same scarf now, a piece of rug in her hands, she silenced her mouth to keep from screaming. The two officers of the secret police who were holding her from under her arms, felt her anguish and didn’t push her towards where George’s body, her husband’s, was found. Yet, she had to get there to identify him”. It’s a true story that happened at the beginning of the dictatorship in Denmark. George M., was found shot at his right temple, some spoke of suicide but he was a left-hand. Andreas Papandreou, the Greeks of Resistance, the secret services of CIA and NATO are some of the protagonists that the author of Z describes in a police novel manner and a full way of writing.