Book: Hello! I am here to bring you a quirky Viennese crime-novel full of quirky Viennese characters
Aoife: Great...that's exactly what I wanted!
Book: Look at these characters being quirky!
Book: really quirky! And funny! And Viennese!
Book: Why aren't you happy? I thought you wanted characters that are quirky! And Viennese!
Aoife: Yeah...I'm just waiting for the crime to happen...it is a crime-novel after all.
Book: /heavy sighs/ you want't everything, don't you?
Aoife: just a crime-novel that deserves the name
Book: Blah. Triple-murder, wrong confession? Trial, jury?
Aoife: No, I meant the jury-bit.
Book: What's the problem with that?
Aoife: In Austria juries are only used for crimes with a sentence between 5 and 10 years. I doubt triple-murder qualifies.
Book: I wasn't aware you're an expert on legislation in Austria.
Aoife: I just know about juries. You know when that Sherlock-webepisode aired where Sherlock shouted in German at a jury? Germany doesn't have juries at all so I googled if perhaps Austria or Switzerland have...not that the people sounded Austrian or Swiss but then they didn't really sound German either...anyway I'm digressing. A jury in a triple-murder trial sounds unlikely if not impossible.
Book: BUT LOOK AT THE QUIRKY CHARACTERS!
Book: AND IT'S SO VIENNESE!
Book: Schlagobers! Palatschinken! Kaffeehäuser!
Aoife: Don't change the subject.
Book: /loudly sings Rock Me Amadeus/
Aoife:...oh just forget it.