A breathtaking thriller about artificial intelligence that will have you hooked from the first page.
Lizenzen / Foreign Rights
New books Spring 2018 (Fiction and Non-Fiction) – World Rights with Kiepenheuer & Witsch.
New books Fall 2017 (Fiction and Non-Fiction) – World Rights with Kiepenheuer & Witsch.
New Titles Spring 2018
A hard-boiled, black-humoured crime epic about Vienna's most notorious gangsters after WWII.
Melancholic opera-lover and master butcher Matteo Basso is anything but an ordinary investigator.
The ultimate parenting guide by a former punk turned nursery teacher.
Fascinating insights in new strategies in the digital era of International Football.
A brilliantly self-ironic, warm and smart approach to middle age.
A magnificent Künstlerroman about love and betrayal, a social scandal and fin-de-siècle bohemia.
A woman confronts the ghosts of her family’s history and searches for traces of her dead father’s life.
A moving novel about old age, friendship and how to overcome loneliness.
If artificial intelligence can solve the world’s problems – are we ready to give up control?
The protagonist of the bestsellers "Das Mädchen" (“The Girl”) and "April" in her most intense relationship: her marriage.
The true story of a Jewish Lieutenant who smuggled 14 Muslim prisoners of war to Constantinople to win the sultan as an ally during WWI.
Germany’s former foreign minister delivers a detailed analysis of the current political crisis.
The first and thorough overview of Berlin as a second centre of German Classicism.
Your first CD is as unforgettable as your first kiss: the philosophy of everyday objects.
Following the trail of big money, Inspector Dengler uncovers the machinations of the “Euro rescuers”.
A conflict about the introduction of wolves in the French Alps takes Inspector Duval from the mountains to the Côte d’Azur.
Leander Lost investigates in the Algarve in a gripping case that revolves around Portugal’s colonial past.
When a memoir-writer accidently mixes up two biographies he starts doubting who's to trust in a life story - the writer or the person who has experienced it?
A Graduation Ceremony that reunites a blended family with their ex-spouses can only mean one thing: disaster is on the cards.
Hollywood in the Roaring Twenties: Mysterious deaths shake the city and threaten the nascent movie industry. The first volume in a new crime series.
The award-winning author on literary writing and reading literature
Kathrin Schmidt's poems are so smart, inventive and sensuous that you want to read each one out loud.
An astute study of one of the most fascinating figures in German intellectual history.
Perez investigates in Southern France, following the traces of modern treasure hunters and a mysterious club.
A reportage about three generations of an Algerian family, revealing a country caught between tradition and modernity.
The sensational book on the German-Turkish author reveals the background of his sudden detention in Spain in 2017 and the persecution he suffered from the Turkish state.
An engaging, confrontational and witty approach to dealing with anxiety, by a successful young journalist who has been struggling with anxiety disorder.
A practical guide to parenting - how to break your fear and have faith in your instincts so that your whole family stays healthy.
The ultimate guide to body-positivity that will change your life.
When a solidly unsuccessful young actor falls in love with three girls at once, disaster is on the cards. A laugh out loud novel about the difficulties of copying with life and the human condition.
The German Revolution of 1918-19 told as a gripping and moving tale, including eye witness accounts from famous German writers.
In the sixth title in the ‘Kimmo Joentaa’ series, the Finnish police detective gets caught up in the death of a young man and discovers a tragedy that changed the destiny of two families.
What kind of consolation can literature offer in our new world? Thomas Hettche's essays passionately interrogate the purpose and future of literature.
A detailed biography of one Germany’s most important writers and winner of the Nobel Prize for literature in 1972, focussing on his relationship with his compatriotes.
A book that gives courage to take an open and direct approach to saying goodbye, to accept change and welcome new beginnings.
The legendary Brenner Pass becomes the scene of a gruesome murder which leads Commissario Grauner and his Neapolitan colleague Saltapepe to the darkest chapters in South Tyrol’s history.
The prequel to the sensational crime series that was translated into 14 languages, with stunning illustrations by Kat Menschik.
This first publication of Böll's wartime diaries gives a unique insight into the author's war experience, his struggle for spiritual integrity and self-preservation.
An introduction to a "zero waste" lifestyle with practical instructions and recipes for a happier - and lighter - life.
Excerpts from more than one hundred war diaries give a fascinating close-up of WWI as seen by soldiers, mothers, lovers and children, medics, workers and many more.
The true story of a young man who witnessed the brutality of the Islamic fighters in Syria, managed to escape and now dedicates himself to de-radicalize others.
A multilayered novel about the sometimes horrific consequences of the search for a better life against the backdrop of the last days of WW II
A novel about the englightenment's fight against the irrational - food for thought wrapped in a suspenseful murder mystery
The new Regener goes back to Berlin in the early 80s - when chaos reigned and everybody could be an artist
A fast-paced thriller set in the world of IS-returnees and Secret Services
Discover the joys of mathematics with the 100 best logic and number puzzles
The future is already here - a book that encourages the reader to be an active and critical participant in it
»Heiss brings a madcap urgency to the familiar; I laughed out loud in recognition. Rimini is an unflinching, wild, ride.« – Miranda July
A tongue-in-cheek crime novel set in the Falkland Islands after the Apocalypse
The second installment in Krohn's literary exploration of human emotions - intelligent, sensitive and funny
A mysterious young man from Venice is about to upset the lives of three young women from Cologne - a novel about art and architecture and the strange ways of fate
25 years after they first met in Portugal three friends go back and try to relive the summer that shaped their lives in different ways
The start of a new crime series set in the wild and mysterious landscape of the Cevennes
Sailing the seven seas with a smile on your face: anecdotes from the world of cruise liners
The Western World is at the beginning of a new epoch and needs to wake up in order to rise to its challenges
»[a] wonderfully narrated, funny, heartwarming and serious book about childhood [and] family.« FAS