BLACKOUT. Tomorrow will be too late

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A 21st-Century High-Concept Disaster Thriller

A cold night in Milan, Piero Manzano wants to get home. Then the traffic lights fail. Manzano is thrown from his Alfa as cars pile up. And not just on this street – every light in the city is dead. Across Europe, controllers watch in disbelief as electricity grids collapse. Plunged into darkness, people are freezing. Food and water supplies dry up. The death toll soars. Former hacker and activist Manzano becomes a prime suspect. But he is also the only man capable of finding the real attackers. Can he bring down a major terrorist network before it’s too late?

US-Edition on sale June 2017!

'A dazzling debut' Marcel Berlins, The Times: Book of the Month (PDF)

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ZERO. They know, what you will do next

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They know, WHO you are, WHERE you are – and WHAT you will do next. A terrifyingly brilliant thriller about data security and the transparent man.

The death of a young boy leads the journalist Cynthia Bonsant to the internet platform Freemee. It’s a platform that gathers and analyses data, promising millions of users a better and more successful life by using it. Only one group cautions against this website and the power that it grants to only a handful of people – ZERO, the number one most wanted online activists. As Cynthia’s research leads her further into the dark mechanisms of online surveillance, she herself becomes one of the hunted. And in a world full of cameras, data glasses and smartphones, there is no getting away ...

HELIX. They will Replace us


The CRISP-Cas9 biotech revolution has started – A spine-chillingly realistic thriller on genetic engineering

The US Secretary of State dies during a state visit in Munich. As if by magic a strange mark appears on his heart during the autopsy – caused by bacteria? At a plantation in Africa a hyperresistant plant is discovered which endangers the very existence of the business model from the world’s biggest seed company. At the same time Helen and Greg, a happy but childless couple in their late thirties, contact a fertility clinic in California. The doctor gives rise to hope, even explains he could signiicantly improve the genetic disposition of their child. He talks about a still kept secret and private research programme which has already created one hundred of such special talented children. Certainly Helen and Greg want to pave the way for their child with the best prerequisites. But then suddenly one of those children disappears – everything points to a correlation between the strange happenings in Munich and in the rest of the world. An uprising of the genetic hypertalented children lifts the world off its hinges.