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Lars  Amend - It's All Good

Lars Amend

It's All Good

Change your perspective and you change your world

The life we are all dreaming of isn't so far away at all. It's right in front of us – we only need to look around and recognise its beauty in all its variety.

Bestselling...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Doris  Anselm - Skin Friend – <br><br>A sexual biography

Doris Anselm

Skin Friend –

A sexual biography

Novel

Do dirty words still exist? Is the tip of the tongue of a man with a beautiful voice also beautiful? Is it possible to be too tender if you are only having an affair?

She...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Fiction
 
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Catherine  Aurel - The Tower of Lovers

Catherine Aurel

The Tower of Lovers

Novel

Pisa in the 13th century. The Leaning Tower of Pisa, shrouded in mystery, is at last to be completed to manifest to the whole world the power of the town. Young Aziza dreams of...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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Frauke  Bagusche - The Blue Miracle

Frauke Bagusche

The Blue Miracle

Why the sea sparkles, fish sing and our relationship with the sea is so special –

Amazing glimpses of a mysterious world

There are amazing things going on under water: at night the sea mysteriously sparkles, the tiniest of organisms (plankton) have the greatest power, and the fish are by no means...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Nature
 
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Joachim  Bauer - How We Become <br><br>Who We Are

Joachim Bauer

How We Become

Who We Are

The formation of human self through resonance

Recent neuroscientific research indicates that human beings are born without a self. But how do we develop this "self", this "me" that can later define itself as distinct from...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Science & Medicine
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Lilli  Beck - More Than<br><br>a Thousand Words

Lilli Beck

More Than

a Thousand Words

Novel

Berlin, November 9, 1938: Aliza is woken up by piercing shrieks as her grandfather is taken away by the Gestapo. The political situation in Germany is increasingly coming to a...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Alex  Beer - The Dark Courier

Alex Beer

The Dark Courier

A case for August Emmerich – Crime novel

Vienna, November 1920: An unexpected cold spell has de-stroyed the crops, one man in three is out of a job, and organised crime is booming. But the murder case that has shaken the...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Sebastian  Berger - Brilliant Baby Brains

Sebastian Berger

Brilliant Baby Brains

How babies explore the world and what we can learn from them

Babies truly are miracles in learning: Sebastian Berger introduces us to the fascinating world of early infant learning, describes the development in the brain areas that enable...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Klaus  Bernhardt - Freeing Yourself of Depression and Burnout

Klaus Bernhardt

Freeing Yourself of Depression and Burnout

How psychic low points come about, and what you can do about them

Wrong diet, wrong medication, and wrong thinking are just a few of the often surprising and underestimated causes of many types of depression, burnout syndrome, and anxiety...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Psychology
 
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Sophie  Bonnet - War of the Roses in Provence

Sophie Bonnet

War of the Roses in Provence

Crime novel

It is mid-May in Provence. Pierre Durand is enjoying life with Charlotte, but when Charlotte's childhood friend, Anouk, appears on the scene her arrival puts an end to their...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Heidemarie  Brosche - Boys Mamas

Heidemarie Brosche

Boys Mamas

Ideas and inspiration for a great life with sons

The mothers of boys will ask themselves many questions, such as "How will I survive the school years with my crazy kids?" and "How will I feel when my little guys grow up into...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Family & Parenting
 
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Rafael  Buschmann, Michael  Wulzinger - Football Leaks 2

Rafael Buschmann, Michael Wulzinger

Football Leaks 2

New disclosures from the world of professional soccer

After the international bestselling success of Football Leaks the whistle-blowing platform is putting more coal on the fire. New explosive documents offer fresh insights...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Current Affairs
 
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Andrea  Christiansen - <b>Yoga for the Eyes</b>

Andrea Christiansen

Yoga for the Eyes

Strengthen your eyesight through simple exercises

More than 60 per cent of adults are affected by ametropia. Aside from farsightedness and shortsightedness, dry eyes and other problems can also impair vision. You can counteract...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
 
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Bernadette  Conrad - Growing Up Big and Strong: Children making their way out into life

Bernadette Conrad

Growing Up Big and Strong: Children making their way out into life

Conversations with Cornelia Funke

When journalist Bernadette Conrad met star author Cornelia Funke for an interview in Los Angeles in spring 2015, all she really wanted to do was ask a few questions about the...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Philosophy
  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Miriam  Covi - Summer Under Stars

Miriam Covi

Summer Under Stars

Novel

When Hamburg pastry chef Ella Altenburger's husband leaves her, her best friend, Maggie, suggests that Ella and her twin daughters should spend a few weeks in the holiday home of...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Ruediger  Dahlke - The Body–Mind–Spirit Detox

Ruediger Dahlke

The Body–Mind–Spirit Detox

How we can free ourselves from ballast and generate new energy

Fasting begins with the mind: only when we dispose of psychological debris can we permanently remove accumulations of impurities on a physical level. This is the tenet of the...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Health & Alternative Healing
  • Personal Development
 
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Thomas  Derksen - And a Daily Hello        from the Tiger Father

Thomas Derksen

And a Daily Hello from the Tiger Father

As a German son-in-law in China

When Thomas Derksen falls in love with Liping from China, he doesn't give too much thought to his future father-in-law. "I know foreigners from the tele. You only ever see...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Thomas  Derksen - Und täglich grüßt der Tigervater

Thomas Derksen

Und täglich grüßt der Tigervater

Als deutscher Schwiegersohn in China

Date of publication
April 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Bernhard  Dickreiter - Chronically Healthy Instead of Chronically Sick

Bernhard Dickreiter

Chronically Healthy Instead of Chronically Sick

How osteoarthritis, diabetes, Alzheimer's and other afflictions of civilisation develop – and what you can do about them

Osteoarthritis, diabetes, dementia, back pain, bowel diseases, burnout … Never before have there been as many chronically sick people as there are today – and more and more young...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
 
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Christoph  Dörr - There Isn't a Prince Charming Living in the Castle in the Air

Christoph Dörr

There Isn't a Prince Charming Living in the Castle in the Air

Novel

Marine biologist Anna loves her quiet life on the coast of the Baltic Sea and, more particularly, her job. She doesn't feel like getting tied up with any men just now and in any...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Maximilian  Dorner - Stand Up, Even if You Can't

Maximilian Dorner

Stand Up, Even if You Can't

Handicap is rebellion

This is not a book for one night. That's got something to do with its subject, for it is about all kinds of handicap – and, what is more important, what we make of them. In a...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Jörg  Dräger, Ralph  Müller-Eiselt - Us and the Intelligent Machines

Jörg Dräger, Ralph Müller-Eiselt

Us and the Intelligent Machines

How algorithms are influencing our lives and how we can exploit them to our own benefit

Algorithms are omnipresent: they make medical diagnoses, sort out job applications, help track down criminals and suggest the punishments judges should hand out. Artificial...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Current Affairs
 
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Petra  Durst-Benning - The Photographer – The Time of Decision (Vol. 2)

Petra Durst-Benning

The Photographer – The Time of Decision (Vol. 2)

Novel

Itinerant photographer Mimi Reventlow has been living for a while in a linen weaving settlement where she has been looking after her sick Uncle Josef. Her open personality has...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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Norbert  Elgert - Give Your All – Just Don't Give Up!

Norbert Elgert

Give Your All – Just Don't Give Up!

How to deal with pressure and to realise your dreams
The effective strategies from the trainer of world football stars

Social pressure is affecting young people increasingly early in life today. They are expected to perform at the highest level in all areas of their lives. They must be great...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Career & Coaching
 
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Nora  Elias - Königsberg – <br><br>Sparkling Times (Vol. 1)

Nora Elias

Königsberg –

Sparkling Times (Vol. 1)

Novel

East Prussia at the end of the 19th century. Adela, an attractive merchant's daughter, loves the wealthy estate owner Carl von Reichenbach. Yet her father forces her to marry the...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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Lukas  Erler - The Blind Samurai

Lukas Erler

The Blind Samurai

Thriller

An explosive case for art professor Cornelius Teerjong: a famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci has been stolen from the villa of an art patron. The thieves are offering the work...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Anke  Evertz - Nine Days of Eternity

Anke Evertz

Nine Days of Eternity

What we will be shown in the afterlife about consciousness, physical existence, and the meaning of life – An extraordinary near-death experience

It only took a few seconds. When Anke Evertz is suddenly engulfed in flames in front of her fireplace, she realises in an odd, accepting way: "Now I'm going to die!" She is...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Spirituality
 
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Adrienne  Friedlaender - I'm Exactly the Right Age Now

Adrienne Friedlaender

I'm Exactly the Right Age Now

Only Have to Find Out Now For What

Fall in love, get engaged, walk down the aisle … and then live happily ever after? Life can't be planned and love even less so. But do you have to let it put a spoke in your wheel...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Gisela  Friedrichsen - The Trial

Gisela Friedrichsen

The Trial

The state vs. Beate Zschäpe and others

In scarcely any other trial have the possibilities and limitations of jurisdiction been as deeply explored as in the trial against Beate Zschäpe and her co-defendants. Gisela...

Date of publication
June 2019

  • Current Affairs
 
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Miriam  Gebhardt - We Children of Violence

Miriam Gebhardt

We Children of Violence

How women and families are still suffering today from the aftermaths of mass rape at the end of the War

Not only members of the Soviet army became rapists at the end of World War Two – all four occupying armies were guilty of mass crime to German women. The victims of this war...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • History
 
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Stefanie  Gercke - Ort der Zuflucht

Stefanie Gercke

Ort der Zuflucht

Date of publication
July 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Stefanie  Gercke - Place of Refuge

Stefanie Gercke

Place of Refuge

Nina is a young woman of German descent growing up in South Africa. At the age of twenty she is attacked by a man. She leaves Africa and goes to Germany. The traumatic event...

Date of publication
July 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Stefanie  Gerstenberger - Gelateria Paradiso

Stefanie Gerstenberger

Gelateria Paradiso

Novel

Venice in 1964: The young Italian, Lucio, sets off on the long journey to Germany. Far away from his home he is able to make his dream come true: an ice cream parlour of his own....

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Benedikt  Gollhardt - Siegfried Line

Benedikt Gollhardt

Siegfried Line

Thriller

Apparently by sheer coincidence police trainee Julia meets the attractive Nick. After a night together she discovers that he lied about his name and has a huge swastika tattooed...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Thomas  Gottschalk - Autumn Bright

Thomas Gottschalk

Autumn Bright

Getting old but not wiser is a foolish thing indeed

Reflective, witty, self-ironic and worldly-wise – Thomas Gottschalk takes a look at what the process of growing old entails. He describes the funny and painful sides of life...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Memoirs
 
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Uwe  Gröber - The Most Important Nutritional Supplements

Uwe Gröber

The Most Important Nutritional Supplements

The plus for health

In his book Uwe Gröber, director of the Academy for Micronutrient Medicine, describes everything worth knowing about the intake, dosages, risks, and side effects of the most...

Date of publication
June 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
 
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Hilkje  Hänel - Last Exit Tempelhof

Hilkje Hänel

Last Exit Tempelhof

A Berlin crime story

Berlin police are called to a dreary place. Two bodies have been found in a refugee hostel in Tempelhof: a little girl who had been smothered to death, and a young woman who had...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Jan  Haft - The Meadow

Jan Haft

The Meadow

The lure of an unknown world

Grasses brushing your legs, brightly coloured flowers, humming insects: this is what a meadow in summer feels like. In this book Jan Haft takes us on an excursion of discovery to...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Nature
 
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Lea  Hamann - Live, Love, Glow

Lea Hamann

Live, Love, Glow

Becoming happy through your own power and finding your inner treasure

Loving oneself, having courage, following one's own path, leading a satisfying life – this is Lea Hamann's life motif. She conveys authentically and clearly how we can leave the...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Daniel  Harrich, Danuta  Harrich-Zandberg - Seed of Terror

Daniel Harrich, Danuta Harrich-Zandberg

Seed of Terror

How the secret services of the West are bringing terror to our doorsteps

With their unprecedented investigations the two prize-winning authors were able to reveal the background of the development of international terrorism. In what way are the secret...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Current Affairs
 
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Susanne  Hasenstab - Somewhere Between Love and Show House

Susanne Hasenstab

Somewhere Between Love and Show House

Novel

Katja is in her early thirties and works for the "Sonntags-Blitz", the local freebie she somehow got stuck with after doing an internship there. While her boyfriend, Jonas, is...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Anette  Hinrichs - Nordlicht

Anette Hinrichs

Nordlicht

Die Tote am Strand

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Anette  Hinrichs - Nordlicht

Anette Hinrichs

Nordlicht

Die Tote am Strand

 

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Anette  Hinrichs - Nordlicht

Anette Hinrichs

Nordlicht

Die Tote am Strand

 

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Anette  Hinrichs - Nordlicht - Die Tote am Strand

Anette Hinrichs

Nordlicht - Die Tote am Strand

Kriminalroman

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Anette  Hinrichs - Northern Lights – <br><br>The Dead Woman on the Beach

Anette Hinrichs

Northern Lights –

The Dead Woman on the Beach

Crime novel

In Kollund, a quiet village on the coast near the border between Germany and Denmark, the body of a young woman is found. Shot on the beach. The body is identified as that of Liva...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Silvia  Höfer - Birth

Silvia Höfer

Birth

What a midwife would pass on to her daughter

Here is everything couples need to know about birth. This book fosters confidence in the capacity of the female body to give birth, lessens fears, and helps couples express their...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Family & Parenting
 
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Martin  Horváth - My Name Is Judith

Martin Horváth

My Name Is Judith

Novel

Vienna in the near future. A state of emergency has existed ever since a terrorist attack at the main railway station. The world of the author León Kortner has also been...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Fiction
 
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Valentino  Hribernig-Körber - What Is Catholicism?

Valentino Hribernig-Körber

What Is Catholicism?

A brief resume of everything you need to know –

Updated new edition

2000 years of history, 2000 years of fascination: the Catholic Church from its beginnings right up to the present day, including all its many facets. Its structures, customs,...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Theology & Religion
 
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Philipp  Hübl - The Agitated Society

Philipp Hübl

The Agitated Society

How emotions influence our values and split society

If you are a more conservative kind of person you are more likely to prefer dogs, while the progressive go for cats. And people driven by anger and rage seem to feel nothing but...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Philosophy
 
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Manuela  Inusa - The Little Road                  of Big Hearts

Manuela Inusa

The Little Road of Big Hearts

Novel

The Californian Dreams series Vol. 1

A lot has happened in Valerie Lane in the last three years: Laurie, the owner of the tea shop, has given her little daughter a sibling; chocolatier Keira has taken the plunge; and...

Date of publication
June 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Anne  Jacobs, Leah  Bach - Gentle Moon over Usambara

Anne Jacobs, Leah Bach

Gentle Moon over Usambara

Africa Saga Vol. 2 –

Novel

There is nothing else standing in the way of Charlotte and George's happiness and at last they can give in to the love they have been hiding for years.

But then George can...

Date of publication
June 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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Anne  Jacobs, Leah  Bach - The Sky Over the Kilimanjaro

Anne Jacobs, Leah Bach

The Sky Over the Kilimanjaro

Africa Saga Vol. 1 – Novel

Charlotte Dirksen is dreaming of the big, wide world and of trips to exotic countries – after all, she is in no hurry to get married.

She is only twenty-two when Christian...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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Petra  Johann - The Abduction

Petra Johann

The Abduction

Crime novel

When in September 2000 entrepreneur's daughter Lena and her best friend, Ronja, are victims of an abduction, it marks the beginning of a bitter war of nerves between the...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Kiri  Johansson - Iceland Summer

Kiri Johansson

Iceland Summer

Novel

When Merit's boyfriend splits up with her, the chaotic Miss Happy-Go-Lucky has to find somewhere else to live. So the offer of spending the summer looking after a house plus cat...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Nora  Kersten, Simon  Kersten - athleticflow

Nora Kersten, Simon Kersten

athleticflow

High-intensity training meets yoga

In athleticflow, high-intensity strength training teams up with relaxation yoga. This acclaimed concept was jointly developed by CrossFit specialist Simon Kersten and yoga teacher...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Fitness & Workout
 
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Susanne  Koelbl - Twelve Weeks in Riyadh

Susanne Koelbl

Twelve Weeks in Riyadh

Saudi Arabia between dictatorship and a new beginning

Spiegel reporter Susanne Koelbl was able to embark on a project few other journalists have managed to do: travel through Saudi Arabia without any restrictions and with no...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Current Affairs
 
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Caroline  Labusch - I Had Hoped<br><br>We Could Fly

Caroline Labusch

I Had Hoped

We Could Fly

The story of a tragic flight to freedom in spring 1989

East Berlin in spring 1989: A young couple wants to get out. Together the engineer and the chemist hatch out a risky plan for flying over the Wall to the West in a homemade hot...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • History
 
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Marie  Lacrosse - The Winery –<br><br>Setting Off into a New Life (Vol. 2)

Marie Lacrosse

The Winery –

Setting Off into a New Life (Vol. 2)

Novel

The marriage between maidservant Irene and Franz, the wealthy heir, was supposed to be a love match. But after the outrageous revelation by Franz's father the pregnant Irene...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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Christiane  Leesker, Vanessa  Jansen - The Community Garden Cookbook

Christiane Leesker, Vanessa Jansen

The Community Garden Cookbook

The culinary delight of allotment and community gardens

This lovingly designed book replete with beautifully photographs offers a variety of insights into individually designed urban oases while relating the personal stories of the...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Cooking
 
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Thorsten  Lewalter - Cardiac Rhythm – <br>The Beat of Life

Thorsten Lewalter

Cardiac Rhythm –
The Beat of Life

Understanding and treating heart rhythm disorders

It beats 100,000 times a day, without a break, our whole lives: our heart. But what can be done if this high-performance organ gets out of rhythm? In Germany alone, four million...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
 
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Hera  Lind - Across All Borders

Hera Lind

Across All Borders

Novel based on a true story

Lotte is nine when her family leaves Bavaria to go and live in Thuringia in 1960. Her father has taken a job as a zoo inspector there and no one suspects that only a few years...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Fiction
 
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Georg  Lolos - You Aren't What You Think

Georg Lolos

You Aren't What You Think

Getting out of negative thought spirals and clearing your mind

Why do we sometimes find making decisions so difficult? Why do we shy away from new things, and why do we sometimes feel worthless? The consciousness trainer Georg Lolos is sure...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Sylvia  Lott - The Rose Gardener

Sylvia Lott

The Rose Gardener

Novel

France in 1958 – that was when Jeanne was bewitching the whole of Paris with her songs. She now lives in a chateau in the picturesque Loire valley with her husband, passionately...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Sascha  Mamczak - The Art of Science Fiction

Sascha Mamczak

The Art of Science Fiction

Why do millions of people round the world read the novels of Isaac Asimov, Stanislaw Lem or Andy Weir? What makes Star Wars into a global multi-billion phenomenon? Why are...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Essays, Letters & Literary Studies
 
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Andrea  Martin - The Secrets of Oaksend – The Monster Test

Andrea Martin

The Secrets of Oaksend – The Monster Test

Oaksend is a place of magic. Legend has it that not far from the little town, near the old druid's stone, there is a linkup between the human world and the mentora, the monster...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Hotlist
 
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Gabriele  Meier - Magical Herbal Cooking

Gabriele Meier

Magical Herbal Cooking

Rituals and recipes for the whole year

Chickweed pesto, lesser celandine salad, poppy parfait with dandelion blossom honey – just three of the many recipes created by herbal expert Gabriele Meier. Yet they are much...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Cooking
 
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Jeannine  Mik, Sandra  Teml-Jetter - Mummy, Don't Scream!

Jeannine Mik, Sandra Teml-Jetter

Mummy, Don't Scream!

Staying loving under stress, anger, and drastic emotional states
With numerous exercises and an emergency plan

"Now that's enough!" Hardly anyone makes parents as angry as their own children. This is often because excessive anxiety, vulnerability, irritability, and other stress reactions...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Family & Parenting
 
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Walter  Moers - The Book Dragon

Walter Moers

The Book Dragon

Novel

There is an ancient story being told in the catacombs of Bookholm. It is about the powerfully eloquent dragon Nathaviel that has never ever been seen by any of the Booklings....

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Fiction
 
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Albrecht von Müller - The Self-Unfolding of the World

Albrecht von Müller

The Self-Unfolding of the World

An invitation to rethink reality – and master complexity

Our world has become so complex that our way of thinking can hardly keep up. Albrecht von Müller, philosopher and the director of the multidisciplinary Parmenidis Foundation at...

Date of publication
August 2025

  • Philosophy
 
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Frank Lorenz  Müller - Heirs to the Throne

Frank Lorenz Müller

Heirs to the Throne

Power and the Future of Monarchy in 19th-Century Europe

The days of monarchy in Europe seemed numbered when, one January day in 1793, the executioner held up the severed head of Louis XVI to the cheering crowds. Yet quite the opposite...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • History
 
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Franziska  Muri - Caring for Yourself

Franziska Muri

Caring for Yourself

The seven secrets for a loving relationship with your self

Taking good care of yourself – shouldn't that be the easiest thing ever? Yet how often are we there for others, doing for them what 'absolutely' has to get done – and leaving our...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Stephan Konrad  Niederwieser - Never Again Be Ashamed

Stephan Konrad Niederwieser

Never Again Be Ashamed

Freeing ourselves from crippling emotions

Shame causes a deep feeling of unease, experienced sometimes as a burning sensation or even physical pain. Whoever feels shame feels like a helpless child: overwhelmed and...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Kerim  Pamuk - Cannabis, Coffee and Kajal

Kerim Pamuk

Cannabis, Coffee and Kajal

Eine kurze Geschichte von allem, was uns lieb und orientalisch ist

If you like playing chess, eating pasta and lounging about on the sofa, you are … what? Correct! Oriental! Sounds funny? Well, that's the way it stands. All of this found its way...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Social & Cultural Studies
 
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Norbert  Pautner - Calligraphy and Lettering

Norbert Pautner

Calligraphy and Lettering

Writing beautifully with pen, pencil, and brush

With the 12 alphabets included here there is a suitable script for every occasion and every mood. Whether an entry in the daily bullet journal, place cards for the wedding table,...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Hobbies & Crafts
 
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Dr. Martin  Pinsger, Dr. Thomas  Hartl - Escaping Pain

Dr. Martin Pinsger, Dr. Thomas Hartl

Escaping Pain

Cannabis therapy – The gentle revolution

Many people suffer from recurrent pain. Injuries can promptly lead to distress, anxiety, and depression, with the patient becoming trapped in a spiral of pain. Cannabinoids are...

Date of publication
May 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
 
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Cornelius  Pollmer - Somehow It's a Funny Day Today

Cornelius Pollmer

Somehow It's a Funny Day Today

My ramblings through the Mark Brandenburg

An adventure can begin anywhere, even if it is only at the bus stop in the northwest corner of Brandenburg. What happens to a guy who lets himself drift from one place to the...

Date of publication
June 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Eberhard  Rathgeb - Two Halves of Life

Eberhard Rathgeb

Two Halves of Life

Hegel & Hölderlin –

A Friendship

Both born in 1770, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Friedrich Hölderlin met as aspiring theologians in the legendary Tübinger Stift and became friends. Years later they both...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • History
  • Biographies
 
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Tatjana  Reichhart - The Principle of Caring for Yourself

Tatjana Reichhart

The Principle of Caring for Yourself

Taking responsibility for ourselves and living relaxed and free
A roadmap for everyday life

Only those who know how to take care of themselves will be able to endure the pressures of everyday life without becoming stressed or constrained. And only those who can take care...

Date of publication
March 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Karina  Reichl - Fräulein Green’s Herbal Wonders

Karina Reichl

Fräulein Green’s Herbal Wonders

Relaxed, grounded, and healthy with the vigor of nature

Barefoot in a meadow – how long had it been since she experienced this! At that moment, Karina Reichl became aware of what she had been lacking for so long: direct contact with...

Date of publication
April 2019

  • Lifestyle
  • Spirituality
 
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