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Rights Guide

Fall 2016

New books Fall 2016 (Fiction and Non-fiction) – World Rights with Kiepenheuer & Witsch.

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Rights Guide

Spring 2016

New books Spring 2016 (Fiction and Non-fiction) – World Rights with Kiepenheuer & Witsch.

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Longlist German Book Prize 2016

Revolving Door

»Hope dies last, but it dies.«

What remains of a life dedicated to helping others when your help is not welcome any longer?

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Fall 2016

Family of Winged Tigers

In a family there isn’t such a thing as the truth, all we have are stories

»Keep asking until you become free of the answers. A lovely, strikingly modest book about the longing for origins.«
– Jenny Erpenbeck

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The Misfortune of Other People

»As is generally known, death isn’t the end, but the beginning. In this book, it’s the beginning of a family comedy, which in turn has one of the best endings I’ve ever read.«
– Alina Bronsky

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Breton Cookbook

Together with his friends Catherine and Arnaud Lebossé, the owners of the famous Amiral in Concarneau, Jean-Luc Bannalec presents Commissaire Dupin’s favorite dishes

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Lunapark

Gereon Rath's sixth case starts with the apparent murder of an SA member, who as it turns out choked on a glass eye...

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You of All People

A lovely romantic comedy with a twist: Tom is 29, a nerd and single. Unfortunately, the woman that according to a dating website's algorithm is a perfect match for him, is also his biggest competitor at work. Can Tom have both: love and a career?

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The Sound of Light

Five people in a waiting room, five stories of people in a state of uncertainty: a moving novel which tells in magical images of the redemptive power of the imagination

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The Bad Example

It's the summer of 1918, WW I is raging, but the 10-year-old narrator is a girl with bigger problems: she likes to get herself in trouble with persons of authority and is now set up as a bad example for the other kids. A comic and touching story about growing up in adverse circumstances.

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Manitoba

A middle-aged man goes in search of his roots in Canada only to discover that what he thought was his heritage may have been just a lie: a novel about longing and belonging, about identity and roots, about home and the search for a place in the world

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Space Patrol

Growing up in the 70s in Bonn, the provincial capital of West Germany, as the son of an important but distant man: In bitter-sweet literary miniatures Brandt evokes the self-enclosed world of a child and tells of the joys and disasters of childhood.

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Mother Blues

Her son moves out, she breaks down - why is it so hard for some otherwise emancipated women to let their children go? A very personal exploration of a difficult period of transition

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The World for Beginners

We're all beginners at something, Michael Mittermeier has made an art of it: Whenever it gets too comfortable, he sets off to a new adventure and takes the reader with him on his comic journey to new beginnings

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Spring 2016

The Coffee Thief

A fast-paced historical heist novel full of adventure that will have you clinging to your seats

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Panic Heart

A »brilliant story about the obsessions of our Western culture« SPIEGEL

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The Peacock

A subtle comedy set in the Scottish Highlands, starring a mad peacock, a group of bankers and a pragmatic cook

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Power

The world is coming to an end and one man has finally had enough

»An apocalyptic vision unfolding with a compellingly casual inevitability« Literatur SPIEGEL

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What’s That to Do With Me?

A massacre at the end of WW II and a family secret

Rights sold to many countries even before publication

»A brilliantly written book« SPIEGEL

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Biography

Soli and Noah, best friends ever since their bar mitzvah, are linked by their origin, their sense of humour and their bizarre sexual fantasies – and both involved in a grotesque tale of blackmail and abduction on a global scale.

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Child of All Nations

First published in 1938

»A plausible, compelling snapshot of an unconventional existence at an extraordinary time.« New Statesman

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Cold Water

A novel about an opportunist who never tires of reinventing himself

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We have to Be Gone Then

Political despotism in Belarus and a journalist hunting for a scoop are at the centre of this suspenseful novel

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Förster, My Förster

A man shortly before his 50th birthday, two friends who have been fighting for over 40 years and an aged saxofonist who receives a letter from the past

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