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Forever dead by Bernhard Aichner Review

Max Broll, originally a journalist, has decided to step into his footsteps and continue his lifelong work in the village after the death of his father Bert for this: He was the gravedigger. Max exercises the activity of passion – he spent his childhood in this artificial playground, between dug graves, grieving relatives and funeral…

And then Paulette came from Barbara Constantine Review

Since his wife died and also his son Roland has moved with his wife and children, the 60-year-old Ferdinand lives alone on his nice big farm. The young people are struggling with himself. They run a restaurant in the village, and her marriage wobbles on the brink. Although Ferdinand feels lonely in his house, he…

Interview with a killer by Bernhard Aichner Review

A washed-up football star, a frustrated piano virtuoso, a jolly priest and a contemplative gravedigger in the second generation are the four main characters in the fourth volume of the popular Max Broll series of Innsbruck author Bernhard Aichner. Although several passengers in specifically in the realm of the dead, crackles in this episode is…

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My sister Frida by Bárbara Mujica Review

“My name is Magdalena, Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderon. On these names I am baptized in church. My mother is Mexican. And that’s what counts, even if my father is German Jew.” At the age of six, she fiercely resists the ridicule of her classmates. “You do not belong here. You are a Jew!” Estela…

Dead woman by Bernhard Aichner Review

Brünhilde Blum abhors their old-fashioned name. Soon they will be called only succinctly “Blum”. But only their hated parents must finally give peace and come to terms with the inevitable. While “Blum” naked on the deck of the gently rocking sailing ship burns in the sun, fighting Hagen and Herta down into the waves of…

Jakob blood by Barbara Pope Review

The French city of Nancy in 1894, is the scene of action of the novel. After the lost war the French Republic parts of Alsace-Lorraine had to give to Germany. Many of the Jews living there fled to Nancy. At the morgue is a mutilated infant. A ritual murder, which is quickly attached a Jew….

The weekend by Bernhard Schlink Review

After 24 years in prison is Jörg, ex-terrorist, released early because of his clemency seventies. His sister Christiane picks him up and takes him to Brandenburg to her friend Margaret. In a dilapidated country estate they want to spend a weekend together with a few friends from before. From New York, the journalist Henner reach…

Noble Women by Barbara Pym Review

Mildred Lathbury is not only a “noble woman”, but – at least in their time, the late forties – perhaps even an ideal partner. She is understanding, patient, cautious, hardworking, helpful and controlled. Nevertheless, it is with its more than thirty years of life still unattached and unmarried. Of course, missing Mildred also much that…

The girl with the poetry album of Bart van Es Review

Hesse Liene de Jong from Amsterdam years eighty old when she meets her relatives for the first time. When she was a child, his grandparents adopted her and pulled her size with their own three children until she left the house as a young adult. Only after Bart van was born there, her nephew, the…

Crohn Dei Bastian Zach and Matthias Bauer Review

Tyrol in 1703:, located in a narrow valley surrounded by dark forests and the mighty mountains, a small village. In “old, weathered, blackened, unadorned” courts live farmers with their families, maids, servants and their cattle. To the village includes a small church where the pastor keeps strictly to the Roman Catholic practices, a though “unsafe”…

The Protector of Belinda Bauer Review

is Since Jonas Holly’s wife Lucy has MS, the life of the couple has changed fundamentally. Her job as a kindergarten teacher who placed the now severely handicapped Lucy. Now they fought in the two hundred year old cottage of their deceased parents their lives every day. The common desire to have children she has…

Almost awesome Benedict Wells Review

Francis Dean is a test-tube baby. He learns to his surprise, from the farewell letter to his mother Katherine after her suicide attempt in psychiatry. For seventeen years he had believed that he was then still his fun-loving mother. His childhood an “accident” from one of the many changing love relationships he spent in orderly…

From the end of loneliness by Benedict Wells Review

“I know the death of a long time, but now death knows me.” A massive Roman beginning of a young author. Can a Zweiunddreißigjähriger lift the burden that the sentence with all its implications it presents? Benedict Wells can. He has already proven with his three previous books. published “The End of Solitude”, after five…

A woman disappears Benjamin / John Black / Banville Review

April Latimer has disappeared. Her friend Phoebe gets serious thought. If the two do not meet for a chat over tea in their homes or a beer at the pub, she calls but almost daily with each other April and Phoebe both come best from Dublin’s circles -. The fathers physicians , April has an…

Almost a family of Bill Clegg Review

An explosion destroyed a whole house and tearing four people dead, including a young couple who wanted to give the knot the next day. To this terrible event around the American author Bill Clegg a puzzle that tells the course of events with a number of secondary and histories of a dozen prospects. Only at…

The President Is Missing from Clinton, Bill Patterson, James Review

Anyone who has probably concocted? Was it the one bored in retirement, or he finally gave himself up to the already longer felt Musenkuss? (Saxophone he played earlier, so now even the poetry?) Or was it the other in his best-selling writing workshop too boring, so he got on that desire a prominent About thing?…

The woman with the dog by Birgit Vanderbeke Review

You do not have to worry about anything else. The Foundation provides everything. They are volunteers and receive points that are stored on your Di-Card . To help you in Super-K , Superette , Konsomarkt or ordered from delivery services convenience foods in Complete Boxes . For dim sum Box , a sensational Chinese menu,…

The return of the Virgin Mary of Bjarni Bjarnason Review

For a sober realists there are no unexplained phenomena. Aliens who land in UFOs on Earth? Nothing but hallucinations. – complete turn with spiritual power forks? Scharlatanerei and media hype. – faith healer? Placebo effect. – blood weeping saints, intimate Marian apparitions? however, mass hysteria and wishful thinking. Religious people have a scope for the…

The Ballad of Purple K by Blandine Le Callet Review

Lila is located in a closed, semi-dark room. They usually dawns in front of himself. They have been sedated. But the firm, aching straps on the wrists, with which it is strapped to the bed, she feels clear. Monitors monitor their bodily functions. A camera watching them around the clock. Since they bear no light,…

Rapids by Bonnie Jo Campbell Review

Kalamazoo is not nowhere . Centuries before the white man lived here in southwest Michigan already strains of the Hopewell culture, and later the Pottawatomi, probably the name comes from their language. Whether people and times were better then than that since the Europeans possessed the land, is another question. But there are those times…

Bühlerhöhe by Brigitte Glaser Review

It’s been It was not until a few years since the Second World War ended. The devastation he left behind are still everywhere to see and feel the material, political and spiritual. But equally obvious is the omnipresent break The early fifties -. Brigitte Glaser’s worth reading novel takes place in 1952 – were in…

The snow lion of Camilla Läckberg Review

Marta riding in Fjällbacka the dream is every horsewoman. But it was not meant for naive little girl. The experienced expert expects the riders perform well and a lot of commitment: you have to move the animals regularly, maintain carefully them and himself conscientiously prepare for competitions. Prinzessinnengetue to the favorite horse and teen animosity…

Eden by Candice Fox Review

With their crime trilogy “Hades”, “Eden” and “case” has made the young Australian author Candice Fox in their home country and the United States caused a sensation and garnered several awards. With us, the German-language edition triggered by “Hades” a hype that now with the sequel, “Eden” (Translation: Anke Caroline Burger) receives new food. The…

Olga by Bernhard Schlink Review

Olga Rinke is an edgy child with many properties. Because she lost her parents early, the hard-hearted, poor grandmother takes her to him. In the village in Pomerania all children must help in the field and in the garden. But Olga, a “stubborn, naughty, ungrateful child” and ambitious to do “more” than the other –…

Le avventure di Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi Review

… if you want to jazz up your Italian basic knowledge in a pleasant and entertaining way read La storia di un burattino < ( the adventures of Pinocchio

Sommerlügen by Bernhard Schlink Review

Bernhard Schlink’s book “Sommerlügen” contains seven stories of each about 40 pages. Not a word too much, no nonsense phrase. Immediately one is bound to break out of the protagonists, who are trapped in their ego attempts to do, their life story rightly timbered, a web of lies have built up blind is jealousy, or…

Enigma in luogo di mare | The secret of the Pineta by Carlo Fruttero, Franco Lucentini Review

This crime should read if you are lazy in Pineta on the beach (for example, in the province of Grosseto) in the hammock. The action takes place namely in one of the many holiday home areas which were quite nice built into the Tyrrhenian Sea, at best, in the pine forests. The owner of the…

The woman in the polka dot dress by Beryl Bainbridge Review

At the end of the novel, we are right in the middle of the crowd of admirers, journalists, men and women, the densely crowded into the hotel foyer in front of the doors of the ballroom. Around us tost stormy applause, deafening whistles and always a rhythmic chorus of voices: “We want Bobby – We…

Christ Stopped at Eboli von Carlo Levi Review

who have to read (or read) when over runs from the Gulf of Salerno through the wild mountains to the coast of the Gulf of Taranto – – This classic – published in 1945, it is still a breathtaking journey through time. It was different not (then called Lucania ), as the subtle young doctors…

Cassiopeia by Bettina Balàka Review

Judit Kalman, spoiled daughter of a successful contractor and now Ü40erin collides formally with the twist of fate, after her husband Stefan died. There are quite unmistakable signs that give you the assurance that the writer Markus Bachgraben is the source of their future happiness. Has the successful novel “Cassiopeia” published, “Cassiopeia” is in the…

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