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Iris Hanika

‘A novel that opens up a window. A masterpiece.’ Denis Scheck, ARD druckfrisch. Each of us has something that feels essential to who we are. For Hans Frambach, it’s the crimes of the Nazi era, which have hurt him for as long as he can remember. That’s why he became an archivist at the Bureau

  • The Bureau of Past Management
    eBook 5.99 GBP
    ePub
    1 October 2021
    Approx. €7
  • The Bureau of Past Management
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Novel
    B-format paperback
    1 October 2021
Birgit Weyhe

Madgermanes is what the Mozambican workers once contracted out to East Germany are called today. At the end of the 1970s, some 20,000 of them were sent from the People’s Republic of Mozambique to the GDR to labour for their socialist sister country. After the Berlin Wall fell, almost all of them lost their residency

  • Madgermanes
    Book 15.99 GBP
    Graphic novel
    B-format paperback
    1 October 2021
Isabel Bogdan

‘A delicious read.’ Aachener Zeitung. Take a dilapidated castle in the Scottish Highlands; add a peacock gone rogue, a group of bankers on a teambuilding trip, an overwhelmed psychologist, a housekeeper with a broken arm, and an ingenious cook; get Lord and Lady McIntosh to try and keep it all together; and top it off

  • The Peacock
    eBook 5.99 GBP
    ePub
    1 March 2021
  • The Peacock
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Novel
    B-format paperback
    208 pages
    1 March 2021
    Approx. €15
Selim Özdoğan

‘It has epic simplicity. Özdoğan’s language is plain, but it carries with it the author’s sympathy with his characters, including the contradictory ones.’ Süddeutsche Zeitung Part one of the Anatolian Blues trilogy. Told with great affection for his characters, Selim Özdoğan’s trilogy traces out the life of Gül, a Turkish girl who grows up in

  • The Blacksmith’s Daughter
    eBook 5.99 GBP
    ePub
    1 March 2021
  • The Blacksmith’s Daughter
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Novel
    B-format paperback
    288 pages
    1 March 2021
    Approx. €15
Francis Nenik

‘…particularly peculiar, breath-taking and worth telling.’ Alexander Solloch, NDR Kultur. Francis Nenik’s thrilling slice of narrative non-fiction »Journey through a Tragicomic Century« is about the life of the forgotten writer Hasso Grabner, told with great joy in language and love of absurdity. The journey takes us from the Young Communists in 1920s Leipzig to wartime

  • Journey through a Tragicomic Century
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Narrative non-fiction
    B-format paperback
    ca. 170 Seiten
    15 September 2020
  • Journey through a Tragicomic Century
    eBook 5.99 GBP
    ePub
    474.7 kB
    15 September 2020
Lucy Fricke

‘Splendid. Uproariously funny and movingly beautiful.’ Der Spiegel. Lucy Fricke’s Daughters tells the story of two women, pushing forty, on a road trip across Europe, each of them dealing with difficult fathers along the way. A bestseller and booksellers’ favourite in Germany, Daughters evokes laughter and tears by way of life and death, friendship and

  • Daughters
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Novel
    B-format paperback
    208 Seiten
    1 January 2021
  • Daughters
    eBook 5.99 GBP
    ePub
    2.3 MB
    15 September 2020
Sandra Hoffmann

‘Sandra Hoffmann is one of Germany’s most exciting contemporary writers. […] An incredibly dense, finely woven text that immediately grabs you and pulls you mercilessly in.’ Brigitte Woman. Sandra Hoffmann’s »Paula« is a moving piece of autofiction about the writer’s relationship to her grandmother, a devout Swabian Catholic who refused to reveal who fathered her

  • Paula
    Book 12.99 GBP
    Novel
    B-format paperback
    143 Seiten
    15 September 2020
  • Paula
    eBook 5.99 GBP
    ePub
    579.4 kB
    15 September 2020