Tuesday, June 27, 2006


  • Terry Pratchett: Going postal. HarperTorch 2005
  • Sheri S. Tepper: The Gate to Women's Country. Bantam 1989 ("a post-holocaust feminist dystopia that offers only two political alternatives: a repressive polygamist sect that is slowly self-destructing through inbreeding and the matriarchal dictatorship called Women's Country")
  • Miriam Grace Monfredo: Seneca Falls Inheritance. Berkley Prime Crime 1994 ("The small town of Seneca Falls, New York has become the setting for the Women's Rights Convention of 1848. Town librarian Glynis Tryon, who has chosen a life of independence over marriage and family, has agreed to help organize the event. She expected there would be controversy and opposition from the community. But what she didn't expect was murder...")
  • Elisabeth Graf-Riemann et al.: Amerikanisches Englisch. 3., aktual. Aufl. Polyglott 2000/2001
  • Mike Thaler / Jared Lee (Ill.): The Librarian from the Black Lagoon. Scholastic 1997
  • Peter Kemptner: Tränen im Flugzeug und andere Splittergedanken. Gedichte und Kurzprosa. Books on Demand 2003
  • Richard Wagner: Miss Bukarest. Roman. Aufbau-Verlag 2001
  • Thomas Fichte (Hrsg.): Streiflichter von der Schwäbischen Alb. Hohenheim 2000
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