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Lizenzen / Foreign Rights
New books Fall 2019 (Fiction and Non-Fiction) – World Rights with Kiepenheuer & Witsch.
New books Spring 2019 (Fiction and Non-Fiction) – World Rights with Kiepenheuer & Witsch.
New Titles Non-Fiction
The account of the German-Turkish journalist’s imprisonment in Turkey and a clear political analysis of the Erdogan system
The great reading journey begins with Don Quixote, Moby Dick and Dostoyevsky’s The Idiot – and then we’re really off.
Ten Lessons From the Present
The Story of Günter Grass and Marcel Reich-Ranicki
The Short History of a Direction
The landscapes of Brittany are as diverse as they are breathtaking – which is why they play such an important role in the bestselling books of the Commissaire Dupin series. This high-quality illustrated volume by Jean-Luc Bannalec captures their magic. Illustrated book with photographs and texts by Jean-Luc Bannalec
Winkler speaks of all the drama that shows up in life so unexpectedly: the missed instants, opportunities and bad luck, as well as the moments of happiness, success and serendipitous encounters.
Bruno Preisendörfer takes us back with him to the lives of people in the Baroque, to the age of the great composers Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Friedrich Händel and Georg Philipp Telemann
Essays about why “populists are on the rise” and how “democracies are dying” are proliferating. At least a dozen new autocrats around the globe have succeeded in drawing all attention to themselves with petty talk, surprising coups and unspeakable threats.
Ecological protests are intensifying, political conflicts around climate change, the extinction of species, food – indeed, our whole way of life and production – are becoming more intractable. Ecology is decidedly no longer just one subject among many – it is becoming the central topic in politics.
Interior Views of a Century
New Titles Literary Fiction
Poetically, eloquently and with irresistible force, this novel leads us into a world that exists right in the middle of ours, and yet is not part of it. At its heart is an unforgettable young woman, who does everything in her power to be able to decide for herself which stories sustain her.
A moving debut - full of anarchical humour and infused with deep sadness
‘Blackbird’ is a wonderful novel.” – Eva Menasse
A great story about the unusual love between two unconventional minds and, at the same time, an impressive, radiant portrait of the period during which our social system began to take shape.
A moving novel about finding your way back to life
The final volume in Peter Wawerzinek’s autobiographical trilogy – full of longing and romantic confusion
"Sulzer's best novel so far." Basler Zeitung
"Atmospherically so intense, it almost hurts." - Alina Bronsky
An absurdly comic novel about the improbability of existence
Crime / Thriller
The seventh case for Ingrid Nyström and her young colleague Stina Forss
The Eighth Case for Commissaire Dupin
Backlist Literary Fiction
“Maybe the individual was never important. It just wasn’t quite as obvious as it is now.”
My grandmother, my grandfather, his lover and I – a wickedly humorous novel about an idiosyncratic yet extremely loveable family
Another sharp, witty and warmhearted family saga by the bestselling author