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First day of sale: 13.01.2016
LEBENSLÄNGLICH/ LIFE SENTENCE
Crime-Novel, about 240 pages
“I must admit that what I had just I administered him could pass for no more than a little shove. Strangely enough he did not seem at all surprised about what was happening to him. Perhaps he thought it was a joke? But in any case he got the very nearly ten metres free fall over and done.”
If you are short, white as a sheet, plump and penalised with rapidly thinning red hair, then power and wealth could be the only way to straighten things out. But as a boringly ordinary cashier in a branch bank you are a nobody in our beauty-fixated times, and you have more than enough reasons to get your revenge on this world that ignores your hundreds of time every day. The hero of this novel is out to get the lovers of his female colleagues. The blond Daphne and the brunette Yvonne. Something in him hopes against all reason that the sudden demise of their “fuck buddies” could propel them into his comforting arms. But it naturally doesn't work out. Even the police become suspicious when the third dead person turns up in the circle of the small Munich bank within a few weeks. And then there is the pushy and plump Marlene, whose company our hero is by no means interested in. But Marlene is cunning and before he can turn around she treats him to an alibi…
Philipp Moog, Jahrgang 1961, lebt als Schauspieler und Drehbuchautor in München. „Lebenslänglich" ist sein erster Roman.