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Novella set in Germany (East and West, looking both ways)

Novella set in Germany (East and West, looking both ways) 1st September 2017

Dance by the Canal by Kerstin Hensel, translated by Jen Calleja – novella set in Germany. “When I pass homeless women, I look into their faces and wonder: why her and not me? I sense that maybe our differences...

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Talking Location with author Richard Aronowitz – New York and Germany

Talking Location with author Richard Aronowitz – New York and Germany 25th April 2017

#TalkingLocationWith…. author Richard Aronowitz, author of An American Decade, set 1930s NEW YORK and WUPPERTAL, Germany As the glamour and polish of the Upper East Side slowly begins to give way to a very slightly grittier milieu – streets...

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Fiction set in Berlin, and talking location with author Anna Stothard

Fiction set in Berlin, and talking location with author Anna Stothard 23rd January 2017

The Museum of Cathy by Anna Stothard, fiction set in Berlin. Cathy has wound up in Berlin, with her fiancé Tom and they both work at Berlin’s Natural History Museum. She is a withholding kind of person, a personality trait...

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Thriller set in 1947 Berlin (ashes to ashes…). Plus chat with author, Luke McCallin

Thriller set in 1947 Berlin (ashes to ashes…). Plus chat with author, Luke McCallin 22nd December 2016

The Ashes of Berlin by Luke McCallin – thriller set in 1947 Berlin. The Ashes of Berlin is set in the immediate, and chaotic, aftermath of WW2. Most Berlin books I have read cover the period of the Cold...

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Novel set in Wittenberg

Novel set in Wittenberg 8th October 2016

Katharina Luther: Nun. Rebel. Wife. by Anne Boileau, novel set in Wittenberg. It is interesting how a story set in the early part of the 16th Century can have echoes in Western politics of the 21st Century. There are...

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