Broschiertes BuchEigentlich möchte Jonas Brand nur sein Filmprojekt "Montecristo" verwirklichen. Doch dann gerät der Journalist immer tiefer in eine Sache, die größer ist als jeder Blockbuster - mit immensen Folgen für unser Finanzsystem.
Broschiertes BuchJonas Brand has no idea about the adventure that awaits him when the intercity train comes to an abrupt halt. The train is unable to continue because of a dead body on the tracks. Brand immediately shoulders his camera, records the nightmarish events and interviews his fellow passengers. He is a freelance video journalist, but one who dreams of bigger things.
Der Journalist Günter Keil führt seit Jahren Interviews mit den Weltstars der Literatur. In "Der Mörder im Kopf" werden 20 dieser Gespräche mit den bekanntesten Spannungsautoren (Jussi Adler-Olsen, Joy Fielding, Arne Dahl, Simon Beckett, Don Winslow, Tess Gerritsen, Jo Nesbö, Dennis Lehane, John Katzenbach, James Ellroy, Erik Axl Sund, Michael Robotham, Sebastian Fitzek, Martin Suter u. a.) in voller Länge veröffentlicht.
A well-to-do bachelor, who sees no more promise in love. A beautiful young woman with a mysterious past. A picture and its price. An auction, which causes an uproar in the art community – and a few who come up short in their desire for the big money.Adrian Weynfeldt, mid-fifties, bachelor, upper middle class, art expert at an international auction house, lives in an expansive apartment in the city centre. He is done with love. Until one day a younger woman persuades him – against his customary practice – to take her home with him. The next morning, she is holding on to the balcony… and threatening to jump. Adrian is able to dissuade her, but from now on she makes him responsible for her life. Weynfeldt's settled life becomes untracked – until he finally realizes that nothing is the way it appears.Praise for Martin Suter'The Last Weynfeldt is a must-read... Once started, you will not stop reading until the end. You will probably forget to eat, not answer text messages and miss your stop on the bus' - Suddeutsche Zeitung'There is charm, irony, and undeniable elegance in the novels of Martin Suter, who is probably one of the best contemporary authors' - Le Nouvel Observatuer'Prose as calculated as a Swiss watch, impeccably drawn characters, first-class intrigues, the eye of a moralist and a clear sense of satire' - L'Express