Summer of 1963 in Bavaria: Thoughtful and literary mobbing drama about an attractive stranger with a secret past. Translated Version from the popular German book series of Movie-Length-Stories:
A young, attractive single mother moves into a small Lower Bavarian village in the Summer of 1963. She is not looking for a job, nor is she looking to make friends. When the villagers discover that several men are visiting her regularly, they are horrified. They assume that this stranger is a prostitute, and look for ways to chase her away. The only one to take her side and stand by her is a young journalist living in the village. He suspects she is hiding here. But from whom or what? And is his support genuine, or was he sent to discover her secret?
What German Bloggers said:
»Unbelievable depth. Even though it is not a big tome, this book has enormous weight! I could go on and on about its appeal. Magnificent and heartfelt.« Niliversum
»This novella is very persuasive. Completely captivating with a lot of convincing background material.« Vielleserin
»My Book of the Year« BooksinmyWorld
Thomas Dellenbusch was born in Düsseldorf, Germany in 1964, and still lives there. The former police detective and advertising copywriter has been actively writing for more than twenty years on a wide variety of topics. Although the lion’s share of his assignments originate from the advertising industry, he has also put his talents to use producing speeches for government officials, poetry for individuals, screenplays, rulebooks, newspaper articles, sketches and much more. In short, any subject that can be communicated in a stimulating manner. Since 2013, he has specialized in the production of movie-length-stories - written both by himself and seven other authors via the publishing company he founded expressly for that purpose.