Das Haus der Schwestern: Kriminalroman

Blanvalet Verlag
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Westhill House, ein einsames Farmhaus im Hochmoor Yorkshires. Ehemals Schauplatz einer wechselvollen Familiengeschichte - und jahrzehntelang Hüter eines bedrohlichen Geheimnisses. Bis eine Fremde kommt und wie zufällig die Mauern des Schweigens zum Einsturz bringt...

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Charlotte Link, geboren in Frankfurt/Main, ist die erfolgreichste deutsche Autorin der Gegenwart. Ihre Kriminalromane sind internationale Bestseller, auch »Die Betrogene« und zuletzt »Die Entscheidung« eroberten wieder auf Anhieb die SPIEGEL-Bestsellerliste. Allein in Deutschland wurden bislang 28,5 Millionen Bücher von Charlotte Link verkauft; ihre Romane sind in zahlreiche Sprachen übersetzt. Charlotte Link lebt mit ihrer Familie in der Nähe von Frankfurt/Main.

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Blanvalet Verlag
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Published on
Jun 20, 2011
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Pages
608
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ISBN
9783641051914
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Language
German
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Genres
Fiction / Crime
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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