Kreideweiß - Letzte Schreie: Preußen Krimi (anno 1772) [NOOK Book]

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Juli 1772: Friedrich der Große gibt ein Geburtstagsfest für seine Schwester Ulrike. Eingeladen sind auch Couturiers aus Paris und London, die ihre Entwürfe erstmals an lebenden Modellen zu zeigen beabsichtigen. Mehrere Hofdamen der Königin probieren die Roben, doch eine nach der anderen erstickt - aufgrund zu enger Korsagen, wie es scheint. Der König jedoch vermutet perfide ...
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Kreideweiß - Letzte Schreie: Preußen Krimi (anno 1772)

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Overview

Juli 1772: Friedrich der Große gibt ein Geburtstagsfest für seine Schwester Ulrike. Eingeladen sind auch Couturiers aus Paris und London, die ihre Entwürfe erstmals an lebenden Modellen zu zeigen beabsichtigen. Mehrere Hofdamen der Königin probieren die Roben, doch eine nach der anderen erstickt - aufgrund zu enger Korsagen, wie es scheint. Der König jedoch vermutet perfide Manöver ausländischer Agenten und beauftragt Honoré Langustier, der Sache auf den Grund zu gehen.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783839361184
  • Publisher: be.bra verlag
  • Publication date: 10/29/2012
  • Language: German
  • Sold by: Bookwire
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 272
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Tom Wolf, geboren 1964 in Bad Homburg, studierte Literaturwissenschaft und promovierte 1996 in Tübingen. Er ist als freier Autor für verschiedene Tageszeitungen tätig. Seit 2001 lässt er in seinen Preußenkrimis Hofkoch Honoré Langustier im Auftrag des Alten Fritz ermitteln. Tom Wolf wurde im Jahr 2005 mit dem Berliner Literaturpreis "Krimifuchs" ausgezeichnet. Von Februar bis Juni 2006 war er "Stadtschreiber zu Rheinsberg".
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