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Adèle of Irene Ruttmann Review

Max is twenty years old and hungry for education. He loves books, devouring Reclam books, learning the classics, Jean Paul and Fontane. He would have liked to study medicine, but he lacks the prerequisite: the higher education. His father has as a bricklayer cram a family of eleven children hungry mouths because there is nothing…

Last Kirtag by Herbert Dutzler Review

village policeman Franz Gasperlmaier from Altaussee not believe his eyes. On Monday morning an unknown man he sits on a bench at the beer tent table. Today, the post should still come off because it is Kirtag. So what the stranger wants here in its noble and expensive hand-made costume leather pants? The closer Gasperlmaier…

Summer house with swimming pool by Herman Koch Review

Amsterdam. The Allgemeinmedinziner Marc Schlosser is a responsible and devoted family man to his wife and his two daughters. Actually, he had wanted sons. But now – Lisa and Juliet are 11 and 13 years old – he enjoys the advantages: girls are better and less strenuous than boys, and their rooms smell pleasant. As…

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Albert need to go home: the kind of true story of a man, his wife and their Alligators Homer Hickam Review

With two years of an alligator is 1.40 meters long. The top of his muscular body decorate long rows olive shimmering scales, its belly is bright and soft. When the rough teeth flashed in the wide-open mouth and shining golden little eyes, you might feel it a grin on. Until the jaws snap shut like…

The price of the death of Horst Eckert Review

Sarah Wolf is a fictional colleague of Anne Will, Sandra Maischberger and frank plasberg. She puts just the midst of preparations for their fledgling talk show from the ARD studio. Your goals are noble. The vanity fair on television, seeing and being seen, and the phrase-ping has to fill. You go there to the people…

If I were you, I would love Horst Evers Review

So you know the same decision: “All my stories [based] on actual experiences,” assured us the author. Freezing cold, he has looked at the facts, to reproduce then “reality without euphemisms … exactly” “how it actually happened.” Only now and then he makes use of his poetic license to embellish the “” pure experience “a…

Hope is poison by Iain Levison Review

The author of the thrillers “Hope is poison” has dedicated the book to the craftsman Richard Ricci. Who took over in 2002 in the house of a job Smart was kidnapped as a fourteen-year-old daughter Elizabeth Smart. Suspicion focused from start to finish on Ricci. During his detention Ricci died under dubious circumstances, he that…

Northern Water by Ian McGuire Review

Jacob Baxter has recognized the signs of the times early on. Whaling high up in the inhospitable Arctic Ocean are no riches to earn more. Paraffin and petroleum – the future lies there. But the “Volunteer”, a stable built whaler is too good to make them easy to pull off the road without them again…

An everlasting summer by Isabel Allende Review

voltage enigmatic Ernst, delicate wit, sensitivity and charm keep the readers of this new novel from beginning to end prisoner. In the center of the plot three doom-laden people, brought together by their chance in New York are. The fiction of their dangerous escape routes interweaves the author in flashbacks with the historical conditions and…

The peacock Isabel Bogdan Review

Do you like the Scottish Highlands , its austere charm and her gnarled residents? Or at least cherish sympathy for the fussy nature and subtle humor of British TV crime series from the blow of a Midsomer Murders ? Then the debut novel by Isabel Bogdan you will like. She is an expert literary refined…

The stuff of love is by Isabel Wolff Review

Phoebe, the 33-year-old narrator of the novel has fulfilled her dream: She has her secure job at Sotheby’s against the leadership of a small fashion Lädchens “Village Vintage” traded. “Vintage” means a design direction of the 20’s / 30’s. Of course, there are very individual, original, mostly supported individual pieces, which are characterized by high…

Heart on ice by Isabelle Autissier Review

A beautiful pair the two, and all the conditions seem satisfied that they will lead a happy and fulfilling life together. But they tempt fate out and get into an unimaginably difficult test, put beyond civilization and on his own. As proven by the fact that is what Isabelle Autissiers thrilling novel ” Soudain, seuls…

Summer in Maine by J. Courtney Sullivan Review

1945 concerned a betting debt of $ 50, the friend Ned could not redeem. So Daniel Kelleher is a wonderful land on the beach of Cape Neddick on the East Coast in the State of Maine overnight owner. Here erect Daniel and his brothers in self-work a generous summer house. At the long wooden table…

A Month in the Country by J. L. Carr Review

Anyone who is watching on this summer day in 1920 from the train compartment or from the station-house Oxgodby, Yorkshire, Tom Birkin heaves his belongings out of the train onto the platform, it will think the same: One of these haggard, destitute and traumatized war returnees. The coat is too large and patched, the left…

The father, who fell from the sky by J. Paul Henderson Review

Lyle Bowman died of his addiction. His unbridled lust for sweets cost him not only a plethora of teeth, but at the end of the life. At least indirectly. When it drove the irrepressible desire for a chocolate bar from the safe shelter of his house to shop, age of eighty three collided with a…

The outsiders Jaimy Gordon Review

elegance high society , champagne and sunshine – because we think when it comes to horse racing. The splendor of Europe shines in Ascot, Epsom Downs and Baden-Baden; in the US racing in New York State (Saratoga Springs), Kentucky (Kentucky Derby) and West Virginia tradition. Jaimy Gordon who leaves us in her award-winning novel “The…

Maybe it's even more beautiful by Jakob Hein Review

Christiane, married and mother of two sons, is suffering from breast cancer. It is one of aggressive forms, and she will die of it. The narrator, one of the sons, comes to rest, he remembers. In flashbacks he relives his childhood, adolescence and growing up. Some chapters begin in italics: “I’m ten years old and…

Willnot by James Sallis Review

Tom Bales Hound is very excited, as the early morning at the old gravel pit blows him a strong smell in the nose. His master informed Sheriff Hobbes, who moves in with a few prisoners, and it does not take long until the first bone then corpses have revealed shoveled. To assess the local physician…

The Middle Stone of Jami Attenberg Review

Edie heart is the linchpin of her parents’ house. Even as a five-year-old she is unable as unwilling to move “a cementitious Klops” said. After a few laboriously crested steps they can easily hinplumpsen: “I’m tired … Carry me.” Her to fulfill the desire of the mother is not easy, because it has the armful…

Prayers for missing persons by Jennifer Clement Review

Acapulco – who wanted it not dream of sun, sand beach, luxury hotels and carefree vacation? But the city has more than 140 murders per 100,000 inhabitants in one of the deadliest in the world. Guerrero, the state where the Mexican “holiday haven” is located, is considered the most dangerous in the country. Worldwide attention…

The song of the doings of Jan Böttcher Review

The 60-year-old music and English teacher Manuel Mauss summer holidays. Actually, he could now relax in the garden of his farmhouse or turn on his stereo in the old former bakery and play your music collection. But first, he must be the one-armed janitor all workbenches from the workshop in the basement of the private…

Sakari learns to walk through walls by Jan Costin Wagner Review

A Unzurechnungsfähiger, spontaneous in which with each must uncontrolled aggression be expected. Who would not appreciate the young man if he that sits on the marketplace in the fountain, naked and with a knife in his hand? A police commissioner as Petri Gronholm must this worst case consider before taking action. He knows the scene…

Day of last snow of Jan Costin Wagner Review

Anna Ekholm is acidic. Her father will not let stay with her friend. Because of the chemistry class work the next day her mother for today “early bed rest” is announced. Chemistry has yet checked anyway; they have long does not look longer. But the discussion with Father Lasse after the evening hockey practice brings…

The silent visitors by Jan-Erik Fjell Review

Norway: Mr. Wilhelm Martiniussen, principal shareholder of Mardan AG, invites the Management Board and other major shareholders to an emergency meeting. What did he tell them those present feared in advance; therefore, most listening disappointed, but nevertheless quietly. Only one of them loses his composure, announced as Martiniussen that he will not sign off on…

The file Rose heart of Jan Seghers Review

On the evening of August 3, 1966 Fausto Alba Nelli and his two Italian friends find the precious prostitutes Karin Niebergall called Karin Rose heart dead in her Frankfurt apartment. The apartment door is ajar. With lighted candles, the three men entered the premises carefully. Blood stains everywhere, a rumpled-poster bed and the curved body…

Fishers of Jan Seghers Review

A seasoned adult has heavy to carry when he see the corpse of a child’s needs. What has in April 1998 for a speechless horror the girls and boys have taken that off guard came upon the lifeless body of thirteen Tobias Brüning playing in a pedestrian tunnel under the tracks of the station Frankfurt-Höchst….

Kuehn has trouble by Jan Weiler Review

What is life already another laborious as a sequence menopause? And hardly any author Jan Weiler, what individuals and their loved ones through bravely to present as the gift that so funny that fate comrades giggle at the same time and cry about what they do suffer themselves experienced sooner or ahead of them. hot…

Kühn hungry by Jan Weiler Review

In 1984, when Herbert Grönemeyer his hit “When is a man a man?” launched, the men’s world was still reasonably okay. In the actually existing society, they were still strong enough in the saddle to allow for self-deprecating ease: “Men are terribly strong,” but “cry secretly”. could with the trivial formula “hard outside and inside…

A brief history of the Czech aerospace Jaroslav Kalfar Review

The Czech Republic is a space nation like the US, Russia and China? Jaroslav Kalfar, born in Prague and emigrated with fifteen years in the USA, plays the contrast between this high-altitude flight and the common prejudices against his country of relish. In Bohemia, as many live hillbilly with “a pronounced taste for beer and…

Panic of Jason Starr Review

Marissa Bloom, art student, is torn on the night of eerie noises from sleep. She wakes her parents, Dana and Adam. Very quickly captured Adam the situation: Out the back door of his secured with burglar alarms Villa invaded. He takes his Glock 45, tells Dana and Marissa to hide in the closet, and shoots…

Breton surf from Jean-Luc Bannelec Review

Scientists have found that the Danes are pretty much the happiest people in the world. This novel reveals that not for true all Danes. Asger for example is not a good mood. However, the forty years of his fortune has gambled himself because he screwed up his job at an advertising agency thoroughly. Just because…

6:41 by Jean-Philippe Blondel Review

“My right, right square is free.” And it is the only one in the compartment of the morning train, traveling by Cécile Duffaut from Troyes to Paris. Would they know the nursery rhyme and play, it would in its continuation ( “I wish I … brought.”) Many, but never choose Philippe Leduc than sitting next…

Championed by Jean-Philippe Blondel Review

Before Camera: all the gold, all show. When two lovers give vows to each other in good times and in bad times to assist, is considered as “the most beautiful moment in a couple’s life.” Thus the celebration actually has enough importance and dignity. However, nowadays many couples seem not to be enough. You pimp…

Death instinct by Jed Rubenfeld Review

The historical thriller “Death Instinct” by Jed Rubenfeld a heavyweight tome of over 600 pages. Against the backdrop of actual historical events in America and Europe, the author develops his fiction. Two parallel storylines through the entire novel. On September 16, 1920 America experienced the largest ever terrorist attack in its history. Before the bank…

The us love by Jenna Blum Review

Trudy Swenson, 56, is a professor at the Historical Institute in Minneapolis. She specializes in the history of the Third Reich. On behalf of the Center for Holocaust studies, they will interview witnesses (in winter 1996). Suitable she holds a seminar on “The role of women in Nazi Germany.” She wants to question to what…

The blood of the lily by Jennifer Donnelly Review

The fatal accident of the tenth anniversary Truman Alpert has completely destroyed the lives of his family. After one year, the father, Lewis does not keep the state from more. As Nobel laureate, he is world famous, may take a professorship at Harvard, and in Boston he has a girlfriend. His wife, however, threatens to…

The friend of the dead from Jess Kidd Review

The us previously unknown British author Jess Kidd (born 1973), one should not forget this. With their debut “The friend of the dead” has amusing a delicious, yet profoundly gloomy, presented exciting reading experience. The plot – orphan investigated as a young adult after its origin – is not new, but Jess Kidds processing sets…

Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter Review

Cinque Terre are five picturesque stuck to the rocky coast villages northwest of La Spezia on the Italian Riviera. Today they are National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site flooded by tourists, including countless young Americans looking for romantic Italy . Until 1874, the sites were accessible only over water or rocky, steep paths through…

The son of Jessica Durlacher Review

In 2004, the thirteen-year-old Mitch drives his grandfather Herman Silverstein in his home town of Baden-Baden. The two have a familiar, intimate relationship, and the grandfather it to heart, to show his grandson the house where he spent his childhood. Now it’s time to share his life story to the youngest generation. The only one…

Blood on Snow: The order by Jo Nesbø Review

Good-bye, Harry Hole! With his new thriller, the Norwegian author Jo Nesbø bestseller has undergone a radical change. The legendary series hero Harry Hole, a policeman of the broken variety, which it owes worldwide fame and prosperity, he retires. In its place one for which the Decommissioned probably would have applied only contempt occurs. The…

The larva of Jo Nesbø Review

Oslo’s drug scene is dominated by a single “Ataman” – a ghost that no one has yet seen. Two Russian killer do the dirty work for him; organize and control its lucrative and deadly business Three young people -. Gusto, his stepsister Irene and Oleg – are as small dealer with it. You vertickern new…

Coma by Jo Nesbø Review

Around the clock guard police the mysterious person who is in the ICU of the Imperial Hospital of Oslo. It is hoped that the patient is out of the coma wakes up, because his statement could be the missing piece of the puzzle to an old case finally clear up The Nesbø fan remembers once….

Bauernfänger Joachim Rangnick Review

The photographer and journalist Robert Walcher has bought an ailing farm in the Allgäu and renovated. He quickly settle in more in the village. He regularly buys at the 90-year-old woman tens one whose mom and pop shop is a museum attraction and also the hub of the latest Gossip and gossip stories. With a…

Blue Eyes by Joanne Harris Review

A 42-year-old man lives with his mother Gloria, on whose help he relies. She pays daily to the proper medication, brings him the vitamin drink. He sits in his room and the house has probably never leave. The only way to communicate with other people, offers him the Internet. He is called “blue eye” and…

Never without her by Jocelyne Saucier Review

Albert Cardinal is a nerd. He is obsessed with minerals and stones and the treasures that they promised him. 1944 he discovered in Norcoville (a fictitious location in western Canada) a huge zinc deposits. Determined to make big money, he buys a house for his family. It includes four apartments, which he combined into one…

The traces of my mother by Jodi Picoult Review

Jenna Metcalf was three years old when her mother Alice, she left. She could never understand why. Your first early childhood memories – a tender kiss on the forehead, one executed flavored “Favorite” – hint at any sign. With thirteen of the pain of loss has the upper hand. The girl goes on a search…

Guilty by Jodi Picoult Review

Brightness can hardly design a book cover than that of the latest novel, the best-selling author Jodi Picoult. In the bottom third, we see an angle from behind the silhouette of the head of a serious young girl; their golden-brown long hair blowing in the breeze and the only bright spot. The flat landscape before…

The history of Baltimore's Joël Dicker Review

The Swiss author Joël Dicker is back. After his successful bestselling debut, “The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair” has just been published in German successor. The focus of the “History of Baltimore” is again the writer Marcus Goldman, but this time takes care of the own family history. For “the Baltimore” are actually brighter,…

Undergrowth by Jörg Maurer Review

What did Richard Wagner, Francisco de Goya, Rainer Maria Rilke and Udo Lindenberg have in common? They are caught in the undergrowth of a German Alpine Mystery! 58 Chapter does Jörg Maurer’s new alpine thriller, and each one has preceded the author a wonderful little mental-linguistic gimmick on the term “underbrush” – just commented definitions,…

Bloodstone by Johan Theorin Review

Vendela Larsson and Max have just arrived on the small Swedish island of Öland, there to spend the summer. To imagine that they invite you to a neighborhood party. So these are the islanders: Gerlof Davidsson was brought by his daughter from the retirement home in his little summer house a few days ago. With…

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