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The Nameless Night

Nicki and Canon are meant for each other. So when Canon disappears, Nicki sets off on a quest to find him - and uncovers a dark secret in his life that leads her into totally alien territory. Running parallel to familiar reality there exists a world of flowing creatures: creatures that ...


Case Closed?!

Forty mini detective stories to be solved

Although Gitta Gurke and Kalle Bohne are very good private detectives, they would welcome some help. You can assist them in solving forty different mysteries, but don't think it is going to be easy. You will have to watch very carefully for visual clues. You will be required to figure out some ...
Rights sold: PR China, Russia

Penguins and Pack Ice – The Polar Regions


Our past and our future are buried beneath the ice.

The ice-cap in the Arctic and Antarctic has always played a crucial role in the earth's complex eco-system. So this 740,000-year old ice contains valuable information about the climatic changes which took place in the ...
Rights sold: Czech Republic

An Irish Wake

The dark side of the Emerald IsleThe famous and beloved Irish environmental activist Cathal Connor is discovered brutally murdered. He had been recently seen on a talk show in which he had glibly and inventively argued for the protection of the forests south of Dublin. In her fifth case, ...
Volume: 5

Irish Legacy

A question of faith

County Galway is in shock. A whole string of murders are perpetrated one right after the other in various churches across the area. And to top it off, this is happening during Advent of all times! This fourth case for Grace O'Malley and her colleague Rory Coyne ...

Volume: 4

Irish Night

Every autumn, Ireland's most important festival- Samhain, a kind of Halloween -is celebrated on the Aran Islands. It's a wild night in which all the islanders dress up to avoid being recognised by the spirits that abound-but one celebrant, a mysterious guest in Pattie Burke's ...

Volume: 3

Irish Roulette

Grace O'Malley, recently promoted head of the Galway Garda murder squad, has a new murder case on her hands. A betting shop employee has been found shot dead. The bookmaker's owner is Ronan Coyne, twin brother of Grace's closest colleague Rory. And that's only the beginning of her troubles. ...

Volume: 2

The Luck of the Irish

Following an extended foreign sabbatical, ambitious policewoman Grace O'Malley returns to her native Ireland to head up the Galway murder squad. Her first case, the killing of young student Annie, proves no walk in the park. Three prominent local men play a major part in her investigations-and ...

Volume: 1

The Other Kosmos

70 texts, 70 places, 70 years: 1789 - 1859

Renaissance man, scientist, citizen of the world, first environmental activist, international publicist His articles and essays were distributed around the world in an extraordinary manner: over 1,000 texts in fourteen languages in 30 scholarly disciplines in 250 media platforms ...

What to do about Jihadists

A Policy Approach to the War on Terror

Frustrated by what he sees as patchwork politics, Omid Nouripour presents a tangible political approach for dealing with Islamist terror in terms of both internal and foreign policy. He holds that "IS" can be defeated by adopting a prudent combination of ideological, military, political and ...


Hooded Men: The Ku Klux Klan in Germany

At the mention of the Ku Klux Klan, certain images come to mind: burning crosses, people carrying blazing torches and wearing white hoods, all of which conjures up "White Power."

Gatherings like these do not only take place in the American South. Over the past decades, more than one ...

Moral Tyranny

How "doing the right thing" obstructs our so

If you lie, cheat, defraud or generally step out of line, then trip up and get caught, you have to expect social disgrace to the point of ostracism - even if you happen to be part of the upper echelons. That wasn't always the case; there's a new breed of moral tyranny afoot.