06.06.2021 – 11:15
Click for books and authors – Hauke Wagner
Today I would like to introduce you to Michael Lindenberg’s thriller “Deadly Signs”.
At the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, a professor of philosophy was practically executed with a hemlock. Chief Inspector Phoebe Zoe Walker – nicknamed B – takes over the case and gets help from her old friend, Dr. Johannes Schwartz, whom she met as a personnel consultant and hobby philosopher. Her usual place is the Wise Café in Düsseldorf.
The first investigation ended in bewilderment. All available data about the professor was deleted from the university and its libraries, and the police headquarters were also hacked. But this is just the beginning.
They had no idea what powers they would face. Both will face mortal signs that they will have to solve it together. A dangerous hunt begins, in which the hunter becomes the hunted hunter and the hunted …
Curious? I would be glad if you would like to know more about this book and read it so that you can then decide whether to publish a review of the book. Do you have questions about the book or author? Do you want to arrange an interview? Do you want a copy to read? You can ask me directly at [email protected]
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by Michael Lindenberg
Number of pages: 384
The second volume has already been published: Menschenversuche
Number of pages: 440
Size: 14.0cm x 22.5cm
About the author:
Michael Lindenberg studied philosophy, social sciences, and history at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, where he also obtained a doctorate in these subjects.
He works as a staff and management consultant and has lectured at several universities.
Among others, he teaches work ethics at Heinrich Heine University, the Rheinische Fachhochschule in Cologne and social work at the Fachhochschule für Wirtschaft in Düsseldorf.
So far, he has published scientific books and articles so that he dares to try writing his first novel. He’s planning a trilogy. After “Tödlichezeichen”, “Menschenversuche” is the second volume.
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