Hammersfahr, Petra Erinnerung an einen Mörder
441 pages, Rowohlt TB (2010) ISBN 9783499248054
Eight year old Felix survives a bloody family tragedy which claimed the lives of his mother and sister. His father has disappeared. Felix can't remember anything but when he turns 16 memories start to surface...
Hanika, Iris Das Eigentliche 175 pages, btb (2011) ISBN 9783442741984
Hans Frambach is an archivist. The history of German National Socialism is part of his daily job routine. The horrors of the Holocaust also bother his best friend Graziela. But do the reasons for their unhappiness lie in the present or the past?
Heldt, Dora Kein Wort zu Papa 378 pages, DTV (2010) ISBN 9783423248143
Christine and her sister take a trip to Norderny for a few days to take over the running of a small hotel as a favour for one of Christine's friends. But Christine has no idea of what is in front of her.
Heldt, Dora Tante Inge haut ab 332 pages, Fischer (S.), Frankfurt (2009)
A turbulent novel about marriage and new beginnings. When Christine is ready to leave on the long-awaited vacation on Sylt, Aunt Inge suddenly appears. At 64 years she has decided to leave her husband.
Herrmann, Elisabeth Die letzte Instanz 406 pages, Paul List Verlag (2009) ISBN 9783471350058
„Die letzte Instanz“ (The Final Authority) is a comfortable pub in Berlin and is the centre of this crime fiction. A group of people meet here regularly to discuss justice that they have been unable to find in the courts.
Hettche, Thomas Woraus wir gemacht sind 319 pages, Kiepenheuer & Witsch (2006) ISBN 3462037110
While working on the biography of a Jewish emigrant Niklas Kalf travels together with his wife Liz to New York. Shortly after their arrival Liz is abducted. She can only be released when Kalf obtains material about the Jew’s dark secret.