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Stephan  Abarbanell - The Light of Those Days

Stephan Abarbanell

The Light of Those Days

Novel

After a pharma scandal, Robert Landauer, once an internationally respected doctor, risks a new beginning in Berlin. When he helps an unconscious young woman and drives her home,...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Literary Fiction
 
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Heike  Abidi, Ursi  Breidenbach - Bet You I Can Fart Louder

Heike Abidi, Ursi Breidenbach

Bet You I Can Fart Louder

How to survive as the mother of boys

Oh boy! Sons are the ultimate challenge for every mother: How boys are really wired is something women can only guess at … until they have male offspring. All of a sudden their...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Family & Parenting
 
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Marie  Adams - The Little Bookshop of Good Wishes

Marie Adams

The Little Bookshop of Good Wishes

Novel

Bookseller and convinced city dweller Josefine loves her job – luckily for her, for she doesn't have any time for going away. And her wonderful holidays at her Aunt Hilde's in the...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Bernhard  Aichner - The Find

Bernhard Aichner

The Find

Thriller

Why did Rita have to die? Who has the supermarket saleswoman on their conscience, the woman who never did any harm to anyone? Did the 53-year-old really sign her own death warrant...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Volker  Arzt - Mates and Accomplices

Volker Arzt

Mates and Accomplices

How nature backs partnership

Is fair partnership more than just a vision?

"Homo homini lupus" – according to the famous saying by Thomas Hobbes, human beings are wolves as far as other humans are...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Nature
 
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Jakob  Augstein - If in Doubt It's Left

Jakob Augstein

If in Doubt It's Left

On the stoppable fall of the Western world

Jakob Augstein is one of today's most widely read journalists. If in Doubt It's Left was the motto of his column in which for almost a decade he wrote a chronicle of our...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Current Affairs
 
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Dieter  Aurass - Rhineland Bastard

Dieter Aurass

Rhineland Bastard

Novel

Coblenz on the Rhine, 1924: Soldiers of the French occupying forces are victims of a murder series. Xenophobia? Revenge? Or does the perpetrator have very different...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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Rüdiger  Barth - House of Sharks

Rüdiger Barth

House of Sharks

Novel

Toto Berger used to be the celebrated Number One in international tennis. Until he unexpectedly resigned, seriously ill, a medication junkie. A secret nobody was to know. Three...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Literary Fiction
 
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Aurélie  Bastian - Bienvenue – Welcome to My Place

Aurélie Bastian

Bienvenue – Welcome to My Place

French food for friends

When the French invite friends, they don't make much of a fuss about it. They call it "À la bonne franquette." You serve uncomplicated food and drinks and don't stand in the...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Cooking
 
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Alex  Beer - Among Wolves

Alex Beer

Among Wolves

Crime novel

Nuremberg 1942: In order to save his family from deportation Isaak Rubinstein asks his former mistress, a resistance fighter, for help. But what she wants in return is tough:...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Tillmann  Bendikowski - A Year in the Middle Ages

Tillmann Bendikowski

A Year in the Middle Ages

Food and celebrations, travel and fighting, ruling and punishing, faith and love

Popular interest in the Middle Ages has been unbroken for many years. It is the specific things of daily life that are particularly fascinating: How did the people live and die?...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
  • History
 
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Max  Bentow - Little Red Riding Hood's Dream

Max Bentow

Little Red Riding Hood's Dream

Thriller

When Annie Friedmann comes round again, she is utterly confused. Why is she lying here in the woods, buried in leaves? How did she get here and why is there blood on her red coat?...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Daniela  Bernhardt - Getting Out of the Relationship Burnout

Daniela Bernhardt

Getting Out of the Relationship Burnout

First me, then you, then love – happy again at last

When feelings cool down, quarrels rule home life, partners can't cope, can't sleep, can't speak with one another and prefer to be alone rather than with each other, then often the...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Love & Relationships
  • Psychology
 
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Christoph  Biemann, Thomas  Montasser - Buchstabenzauber

Christoph Biemann, Thomas Montasser

Buchstabenzauber

Wie Sie Ihr Kind fürs Lesen begeistern
Vom beliebten Moderator aus 'Die Sendung mit der Maus'

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Family & Parenting
 
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Christoph  Biemann, Thomas  Montasser - The Magic of Letters

Christoph Biemann, Thomas Montasser

The Magic of Letters

How to make children love reading

Reading is the key to the world, as every child knows. Yet so many of our youngsters find it difficult to get involved in this activity and discover the fun of books and stories....

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Family & Parenting
 
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Madelaine  Böhme, Rüdiger  Braun, Florian  Breier - How We Became Human

Madelaine Böhme, Rüdiger Braun, Florian Breier

How We Became Human

A criminalistic search for clues of the origins of humanity

The cradle of humanity is in Africa – for a long time this was the incontrovertible truth. In recent years, however, ever more bones have been found that chronologically and...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • History
 
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Thor  Braarvig, Maria  Braarvig - Sechs Paar Schuhe. Wie wir die Welt bereisten und die Heimat fanden

Thor Braarvig, Maria Braarvig

Sechs Paar Schuhe. Wie wir die Welt bereisten und die Heimat fanden

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Memoirs
 
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Thor  Braarvig, Maria  Braarvig - Six Pairs of Shoes

Thor Braarvig, Maria Braarvig

Six Pairs of Shoes

How we travelled round the world and found where we belong

How far do we have to travel to find where we belong? Thor and Maria sought the answer to this question by spending a year travelling round the world with their four children....

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Memoirs
 
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Maik  Brüggemeyer - Pop

Maik Brüggemeyer

Pop

Some Instructions for Use –

The Rolling Stone editor on all major questions of pop history

Pop is all over the place and so much more than merely music. Pop is colourful and exciting, simple and complex; it stands for fun and can also polarise.

Rolling...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Katja  Burkard - Menopause? <br><br>No Need to Panic!

Katja Burkard

Menopause?

No Need to Panic!

My 10 secrets of how to stay cool with all the hot flushes

It happens to all women but nobody speaks openly about it: the menopause. Many women are caught off their guard when it comes and have no idea what is happening to their lives and...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Memoirs
 
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Katja  Burkard - Wechseljahre? Keine Panik!

Katja Burkard

Wechseljahre? Keine Panik!

Meine 10 Geheimnisse, wie Sie auch bei Hitzewallungen cool bleiben

Date of publication
September 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
  • Memoirs
 
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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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Monika  Celik - Children of Narcissism

Monika Celik

Children of Narcissism

When girls are victims of narcissistic mothers

Life with a narcissistic parent can be hell for children. They keep being manipulated and sabotaged, lied to or left to their own devices. They suffer fear, are victims of all...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Psychology
 
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Claudia  Croos-Müller - Keep Your Cool – The Little Survival Manual

Claudia Croos-Müller

Keep Your Cool – The Little Survival Manual

Immediate help in times of stress and frustration

In her latest survival book, Claudia Croos-Müller demon-strates how tricky situations at work can affect your mental health and how physical exercise can bring immediate relief....

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Ruediger  Dahlke - Cancer – Growth Gone Haywire

Ruediger Dahlke

Cancer – Growth Gone Haywire

A holistic programme to activate the powers of self-healing

Even a diagnosis as serious as cancer can turn into a chance for comprehensive self-development and holistic healing.

Ruediger Dahlke, an originator of holistic medicine,...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
 
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Ruediger  Dahlke - The Book of Fasting

Ruediger Dahlke

The Book of Fasting

Überarbeitete Neuausgabe

Fasting is a traditional and natural method of preventative medicine. The faster follows a comprehensive, holistic experience leading him or her to a thorough physical and mental...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
 
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Gunnar  Decker - Ernst Barlach

Gunnar Decker

Ernst Barlach

The Floating Angel

He counts as one of the greatest expressionists: Ernst Barlach created world-famous sculptures and yet remained an enigmatic artist; his creations give the impression of being...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • Biographies
 
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Christian v. Ditfurth - Ultimatum

Christian v. Ditfurth

Ultimatum

Thriller

Berlin in autumn 2019: the Chancellor's husband has been abducted. The abductors make unfulfillable demands. A German government won't be blackmailed. Or will it?

The...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Heike  Duken - When Life Gives You        a Tortoise

Heike Duken

When Life Gives You a Tortoise

Novel

Charly is dead and Grandmother Frieda has invited everyone to the garden of the old villa for the burial. Charly, that was the family tortoise who had been with them for more than...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Fiction
 
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Jo  Eckardt - Something I Was Going to Ask You

Jo Eckardt

Something I Was Going to Ask You

A book of memories that joins together

With this book, adult children can give huge joy to their elderly parents, for what they are giving them here is time. Together an album down memory lane is created – it is a...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Psychology
 
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Robert  Egger - The Challenge Manager

Robert Egger

The Challenge Manager

More effective at work and in management with the findings of brain research

Year after year, companies spend hundreds of thousands of euros on further training and self-improvement seminars for their staff. But seminars are not the way to bring about...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Michael  Ehlers - Never Again at a Loss for Words!

Michael Ehlers

Never Again at a Loss for Words!

Finding the right words to better get through life

Michael Ehlers has had a close, amusing, and very practical look at our "word emergency". In 50 brief chapters he describes everyday situations in which we are often at a loss for...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Julia  Engelmann - Haven't a Clue if It's Right!

Julia Engelmann

Haven't a Clue if It's Right!

Poetry

With her soulful texts Germany's best-known poetry writer Julia Engelmann has gone to the hearts of millions.

In Haven't a Clue if It's Right, she has written...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Poems
 
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Mara  Erlbach - The Gift of Winter

Mara Erlbach

The Gift of Winter

Novel

In a country where it is permanently winter, Nuria gives all she has got not only to defy the ice and snow but also her own deceptive feelings. For the young woman is a prisoner...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Fantasy & ScienceFiction
 
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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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Lucas  Fassnacht - #KillTheRich – He Who Sows Envy Will Reap Hate

Lucas Fassnacht

#KillTheRich – He Who Sows Envy Will Reap Hate

Thriller

A careless online post plunges the whole world into chaos: the poor rise up against the rich, the anger of those who have nothing flares up. Only days later daily life is in the...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Sherko  Fatah - Black September

Sherko Fatah

Black September

Novel

Black September is a novel about the terrorism of the seventies. Rebellious idealists such as Theresa, Alexander and Jakob travel to the Middle East to receive training....

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Literary Fiction
 
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Sabrina  Fox - When We Split Up We Get to Know Ourselves

Sabrina Fox

When We Split Up We Get to Know Ourselves

A book about relationships

When we fall in love we show ourselves to the other person as we would like to be. When we split up we show ourselves as we are. It may be easier to let out our welling emotions...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Love & Relationships
 
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Pascal Akira  Frank - Follow the Purr and Find Happiness

Pascal Akira Frank

Follow the Purr and Find Happiness

The 10 wisdoms of Mr Paul

Mr Paul is a cat and the perfect example of cats being the best gurus and life coaches around! And how much can we learn from them, too, when it comes to a relaxed and successful...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Pascal Akira  Frank - The Little Book of Light Living

Pascal Akira Frank

The Little Book of Light Living

Mini Zen rituals that really bring happiness

When the commuter train is cancelled, the dinner gets burned, and the boss is in a bad mood, wouldn't it be wonder-ful if we could face all these daily storms – the little ones...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Spirituality
 
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Dr. Reinhard  Friedl, Shirley Michaela  Seul - The Beat of Life

Dr. Reinhard Friedl, Shirley Michaela Seul

The Beat of Life

Why the heart is our most important sensory organ

It has been examined down to its tiniest of tiny parts. It conveys 9,000 litres of blood every day and in the process beats around a hundred thousand times. It never stands still,...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Science & Medicine
 
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Alexandra  Fröhlich - A Skeleton in the Cupboard

Alexandra Fröhlich

A Skeleton in the Cupboard

Novel

When their grandfather dies, Johannes, Philipp, Jakob and Simon all meet again in their home city, Hamburg. The fact that Granddad left them a chest of old family documents is of...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Fiction
 
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Bernadett  Gera - Qigong for Women

Bernadett Gera

Qigong for Women

Soft exercises for the hormonal balance

Softly exercising Qigong is especially recommended with far-spread health issues that affect women. These range from menstruation-related problems to hormonal deficits, like the...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
 
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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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Sven  Gerhardt - Mister Marple and the Sleuth Gang – Where Has Dachshund Bruno Gone?

Sven Gerhardt

Mister Marple and the Sleuth Gang – Where Has Dachshund Bruno Gone?

The Sleuth Gang consists of Theo, Elsa, and hamster Mister Marple. Their speciality is all kinds of "animal affairs", not least because of Mister Marple, who has a very keen nose...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
 
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Michail  Gorbatschow - What Is at Stake Now

Michail Gorbatschow

What Is at Stake Now

My appeal for peace and freedom

Thirty years after the end of the conflict between East and West, world peace is again at risk. The President of the United States has withdrawn from the disarmament treaty with...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Current Affairs
 
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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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Kalashatra  Govinda - Kamasutra

Kalashatra Govinda

Kamasutra

The art of mindful eroticism

There is probably no other book of classic Indian literature that carries along such an enticing charm as the Kamasutra. This edition provides you with the essentials of the most...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Sexuality
  • Love & Relationships
 
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Andreas  Gruber - Death Mark

Andreas Gruber

Death Mark

Thriller

A mysterious nun enters the building of the Federal Criminal Police in Wiesbaden and announces she is going to commit seven murders in the next seven days. She is only prepared to...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Anselm  Grün - The Art of Being True to Yourself

Anselm Grün

The Art of Being True to Yourself

What we can learn from wise monks

At the end of the third century the first men went out into the desert to live alone. They are called the "Desert Fathers", and they were searching for an authentic Christian...

Date of publication
July 2019

  • Theology & Religion
 
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Claudia  Haarmann - Mothers Will Be Mothers

Claudia Haarmann

Mothers Will Be Mothers

What daughters and mothers should know about each other

In this book, psychotherapist Claudia Haarmann makes a plea for a new relationship culture between mothers and daughters. Every mother wants to give her best for her child, but...

Date of publication
July 2019

  • Psychology
 
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Tobias  Haberl - The Great Disenchantment

Tobias Haberl

The Great Disenchantment

On the deceptive happiness of the people of today

A hundred years ago Max Weber lamented "disenchantment of the world" – the "belief that in principal there are no mysterious, unpredictable powers, but rather that one can, in...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • Philosophy
 
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Petra  Hammesfahr - The Girl Jannie

Petra Hammesfahr

The Girl Jannie

Novel

Sold by her grandfather to Miro, orphan Jannie begs her way through the country with a few women. She does not know whether she is ten or perhaps already eleven years old, but she...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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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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Hendrik  Hassel - New Meat

Hendrik Hassel

New Meat

Eating without animal suffering – reports from the future of our food

Never before has so much meat been eaten as at present, and the consequences of this excessive meat production for animals, the environment, and the climate are catastrophic....

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Current Affairs
 
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Peter  Henning - The Capable Ones

Peter Henning

The Capable Ones

Novel

Katharina Weskott is approaching fifty and is eying this event with mixed feelings. Will her life, will her whole perception of herself change after this turning point? How will...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Literary Fiction
 
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Heyne Verlag - Who Knows This? (Vol. 2)

Heyne Verlag

Who Knows This? (Vol. 2)

Why don't fish have any teeth and why are long car tunnels not straight?

How exactly is the feel-like temperature measured? What is de-coded with the ICD code? Why do children stick their tongues out? And what other uses are there for ironing...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • General Non-Fiction
 
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Susanne  Hofmeister - The House of My Life Has Many Rooms

Susanne Hofmeister

The House of My Life Has Many Rooms

Understanding one's own biography and following one's inner voice

Life is like a house with many rooms you occupy one after the other. According to anthroposophy, each room represents a period of seven years and comprises, among other things,...

Date of publication
July 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Norbert  Horst - Bitter Wrath

Norbert Horst

Bitter Wrath

Crime novel

Superintendent Steiger is facing various different cases of missing persons: after a gang of burglars is caught red-handed and can escape, a member of the group goes missing...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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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
November 2019

  • Theology & Religion
 
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Nora  Imlau - You Are Different, You Are Wonderful

Nora Imlau

You Are Different, You Are Wonderful

How to accompany highly emotional children as they grow up.

Some children have stronger emotions than others. More joy, more anger, more sadness … In this sequel to her bestseller So Much Joy, So Much Anger, Nora Imlau examines the...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Hotlist
  • Family & Parenting
 
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Manuela  Inusa - Winter Vanilla

Manuela Inusa

Winter Vanilla

The Californian Dreams series Vol. 1 – Novel

Cecilia runs her vanilla farm in Napa Valley in California with a lot of love. She not only trades with the spice, but also adores using it to make delicious goodies....

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Women's Fiction
 
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Anne  Jacobs - The Manor House –<br><br>Time of Change (Vol. 3)

Anne Jacobs

The Manor House –

Time of Change (Vol. 3)

Novel

Peace seems gradually to be returning to the Manor House. Franziska has found her old home again and, in Walter, her big love. Her granddaughter, Jenny, is doing all she can to...

Date of publication
December 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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Lars  Jaeger - Let's Risk More Future!

Lars Jaeger

Let's Risk More Future!

How we all profit from progress

Lars Jaeger has an encouraging message: we can all have a positive influence on the rapid scientific and technological progress of today. We needn't be afraid of digitalization, ...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Current Affairs
 
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Christian  Kärger - Sniper

Christian Kärger

Sniper

Thriller

A cold-blooded assassination has shocked Munich. Apparently at random an unknown person shoots five people with a precision rifle and escapes. The homicide squad is hunting for...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Wladimir  Kaminer - Declarations of Love

Wladimir Kaminer

Declarations of Love

Nothing provides as much material for comedy, drama and elation as love. No matter if it is a teenager with a crush on a popstar till the illusion of the cool hero crashes into...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Fiction
 
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Wladimir  Kaminer - Tolstoy's Beard and Chekov's Shoes

Wladimir Kaminer

Tolstoy's Beard and Chekov's Shoes

Rambles through Russian literature

There are few German writers around who know Russian literature as well as Wladimir Kaminer. He tells us in his inimically entertaining and humorous way of the lives and works of...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • Essays, Letters & Literary Studies
 
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Peter  Keglevic - Wolfsegg

Peter Keglevic

Wolfsegg

Novel

A narrow valley somewhere in the mountains. 15-year-old Agnes is forced to face the fact that life can be brutal. When your own family is despised. When everybody knows everybody...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Literary Fiction
 
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Franzi von Kempis - Anleitung zum Widerspruch

Franzi von Kempis

Anleitung zum Widerspruch

Klare Antworten auf populistische Parolen, Vorurteile und Verschwörungstheorien

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Franzi von Kempis - Guide to Contradiction

Franzi von Kempis

Guide to Contradiction

Clear answers to populist paroles, prejudices, and conspiracy theories

How should I reply when the person I am speaking to starts grinding the populist axe? What am I supposed do when I am in on such discussions in the supermarket checkout, on the...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Christof  Kessler - Brain Food

Christof Kessler

Brain Food

How the right nutrition can positively influence our brain — Recipes against dementia, depression, migraine, and more

The number of headache patients has further increased during the last decades, depression is by now a people's disease, and alongside the increasing life expectancy age-related...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
  • Nutrition
  • Cooking
 
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Lena  Kiefer - Ophelia Scale – The Sky Will Quake

Lena Kiefer

Ophelia Scale – The Sky Will Quake

18-year-old Ophelia has been sentenced to death. At the behest of the Resistance she has made an attack on the king and also sacrificed her love of his brother, Lucien. But then...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Hotlist
 
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Heike  Kleen - I Used to Be Young, Now I Just Want to Look It

Heike Kleen

I Used to Be Young, Now I Just Want to Look It

With nonchalance through the middle of life – a revitalisation therapy

The roots of your hair have suddenly turned grey and you can't read the ingredients of the anti-wrinkle cream without your glasses? What you mustn't do now is get panicky and...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Personal Development
 
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Reinhard  Kleindl - The Ravine

Reinhard Kleindl

The Ravine

Thriller

"He's back, it's starting again." First of all, murder investigator Anja Grabner in Vienna receives this baffling message. Then soon afterwards a family disappears, and everyone...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • Thriller & Crime
 
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Alexander  Kluy - Alfred Adler

Alexander Kluy

Alfred Adler

Measuring the human psyche – Biography

Alfred Adler, one of the forefathers of modern psychology alongside Sigmund Freud and C. G. Jung, is the founder of individual psychology. In 1911, Adler set himself sharply apart...

Date of publication
November 2019

  • Biographies
 
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Corinna  Kohröde-Warnken - You Remain You and I Remain Me

Corinna Kohröde-Warnken

You Remain You and I Remain Me

Keeping your balance when parents need care

Tending to elderly parents is central to the lives of anyone older than 45. In most cases, the organisation of such activities and the care and support of parents to the point of...

Date of publication
August 2019

  • Family & Parenting
 
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Dominika  Králová - Sensitive Bellies Eat Differently

Dominika Králová

Sensitive Bellies Eat Differently

The best recipes for intolerances, irritable bowel syndrome, and other digestive complaints

Are you one of those whose belly is constantly making noises? Even so digestive complaints, intolerances or chronical intestinal diseases can be genetically caused, in most cases...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Health & Alternative Healing
  • Cooking
 
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Christoph  Kreitmeir - Giving Your Soul a Home

Christoph Kreitmeir

Giving Your Soul a Home

Spiritual impulses for

a good life

Many people long for inner peace and freedom from external constraints, demands, and burdens. In his latest book, Christoph Kreitmeir takes a closer look at the wish of readers...

Date of publication
October 2019

  • Theology & Religion
 
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Marie  Lacrosse - The Winery – <br><br>Fateful Days (Vol. 3)

Marie Lacrosse

The Winery –

Fateful Days (Vol. 3)

Novel

Schweighofen in the Palatinate in 1877. The one-time servant girl Irene and her husband, winery heir Franz Gerban, are happily married.

Yet Irene doesn't feel at home in...

Date of publication
September 2019

  • Historical Novels
 
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