neobooks.com asked us for an interview, which we were more than happy to give. The result is an in-depth view into our writing techniques. There will soon be an English translation here, as well, but maybe you’d like to check out the original here:
Neobooks.com is organizing a book discussion/reading circle of the German edition of INFORMIUM on lovelybooks.de.
You can register until next Sunday, and participants can win one of ten free copies of INFORMIUM.
So, if you are also a German speaker, maybe you’d like to join us?!
The German edition of INFORMIUM has been elected as their Crime Fiction Recommend of May by the editors of Germany’s biggest ebook self-publishing house, neobooks.com
In the middle of the Egyptian desert, an excavation crew headed by Peter Conrad hits upon a huge burial ground. The archaeologists quickly notice that things don’t fit together. The mummies they find cannot be dated and show signs of severe congenital diseases. And the religious inscriptions littering the site are equally mysterious. As Egyptologist Lisa Franks discovers clues that the Nazis carried out top-secret excavations here back in the day, a member of the team is found stabbed to death.
At the same time, East Berlin is shocked by a series of murders, that brings Volkspolizei-Hauptmann Josef Keller face to face with a conspiracy that goes back to the days of the Third Reich, and seems to be connected to the events in Egypt.
After a raid on the excavation house, Peter and Lisa manage to flee from Egypt. But that is only the beginning of a deadly hunt for a secret society in the divided city of Berlin.