LITERATURE

Spiegelglatt
(Glassy)

A dromedary, two scientists, Norse mythology in real reflections, Damascus at the time of the Umayyads, and fascist Berlin in the setting “Führer” bunker. Evil shadows from the labyrinths of wickedness, failed creatures that leave no stone unturned to survive. Anytime. Anywhere. Anyplace. Cannes and Sparta, KGB and Picasso, Kangaslampi, sleep and persevere. If necessary in the mirror. The idea behind this story, which is as original as it‘s tricky, is hard to miss: as the question, so the answer. For God’s sake or thank God.

Strangers in the light

The novel tells the story of the out and out windy FBI agent Jerry Nylon, who has to endure so many evil events before fateful arrangements lead a turn that nobody could foresee. The narrative begins in the brash jargon of a dime novel, often using the art of trenchant exaggeration, as is more common in shrill comics, and does not shy away from profound gossip. From the Vatican this narrative tells as well as about a bizarre crash landing in Cuba, not to mention the inhumane clan who spin their invisible nets not only in the background.

Die schlafenden Farben
(The sleeping colors)

The novel is a tribute to the mainly in the 17th century popular genre of the picaresque novel. At the end of the 19th century, an ambitious impostor whose true name is never mentioned stumbles from one adventure to another. Crude, elegant and often extremely delicate are his experiences, which ultimately bring him from Paris via Switzerland to Vienna. The narrative is full of surprising twists and has, in the style of its traditional predecessors, a textually characteristic structure as a timeless moral portrait of human togetherness in all its conceit and all its beauty.

Bericht aus dem Inneren einer Kugel
(Report from the inside of a sphere)

The novel “Report from the Inside of a Sphere” is a work of sincere erring. It is about two persons, as they meet through dreamed truths in true dreams. These dreams, like living phantasms, are so intertwined that the two protagonists, Madam d’Aubigny and Karl Diana, lose after a while the self-saving orientation within their own reality. In their lives, the structures of reality are confused in a strange way.

Die Zeit der Lilie
(The time of the lily)

Venice. Caused by two musical instruments of mysterious origin from the estate of her husband Carla Ruggieri makes a confusing, but decidedly initiating journey through her distant memories. Suddenly murder, intrigues and mysteries accompany her everyday life, which undeterred leads her to a surprising, metaphysical turn.

Lorettas Traum
(Loretta’s dream)

Bologna. In the house of the gifted but unsuccessful writer Vittorio Baffi, the beautiful, young Loretta moves in one day. Soon it comes as it had to come, they fall in love with each other, however, both surrounds a strange secret, which in the end, after a number of adventures, leads to a dramatic finale.

Slatin Lover

A grotesque narrative, mostly against a historical background. The period of episodic history spans two days in 1914, shortly after the outbreak of the First World War, when something outrageous happened in the Hungarian village of Nagyrév. Even the Austrian adventurer and governor Rudolf Freiherr von Slatin is commanded in those days fatefully to this place, where ultimately, just as strange as inevitable, exams of yearning and denial, of love and death are required.

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