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Lies, Lies and More Lies
(Englisch)
Pritzker, Andreas

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Thomas Kremer, an investigator for the Zurich pro secutor s office, is looking into a case of possible corruption that relates to the sale of a private clinic. Kremer, a maverick, always thinks for himself; he can never be talked into believing anything. While obsessively investigating the case, he discovers a web of lies and manipulations. Rejecting the harmless explanations that he s offered, he butts heads with government officials and financiers, rubbing them the wrong way with his blunt approach. It s no different in his personal life half-Jewish, he s particularly sensitive to the modern-day anti-Semitism in the media, as well as in his own surroundings. He doesn t shy away from exposing contradictions and drawing uncomfortable conclusions.
Andreas Pritzker: Andreas Pritzker, born in 1945, is a Swiss physicist and author. He has published the following texts: Filberts Verhängnis (novel, 1990), Das Ende der Täuschung (novel, 1993), Eingeholte Zeit (narrative, 2001), Die Anfechtungen des Juan Zinniker (novel, 2007), Allenthalben Lug und Trug (novel, 2010), Geschichte des SIN (science history, 2013). He also co-edited a number of oral history texts.

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Andreas Pritzker, born in 1945, is a Swiss physicist and author. He writes fictional as well as nonfictional texts.


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Thomas Kremer, an investigator for the Zurich prosecutor's office, is looking into a case of possible corruption that relates to the sale of a private clinic. Kremer, a maverick, always thinks for himself; he can never be talked into believing anything. While obsessively investigating the case, he discovers a web of lies and manipulations. Rejecting the harmless explanations that he's offered, he butts heads with government officials and financiers, rubbing them the wrong way with his blunt approach. It's no different in his personal life - half-Jewish, he's particularly sensitive to the modern-day anti-Semitism in the media, as well as in his own surroundings. He doesn't shy away from exposing contradictions and drawing uncomfortable conclusions.


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