Summer Act

Fiction, Commercial Fiction, Bestseller, Bestseller Fiction

A darkly humorous family saga from the successful crime fiction author

On a hot summer weekend the old and critically ill patriarch Joseph invites his family to his villa on the Baltic coast. Th e extremely rich man with a colorful past accepts death as what it is. However, before he goes, he is unyielding in his desire to see his entire family one last time. Th e relatives haven’t been on speaking terms for years, but they all decide to come in the interest of their potentially approaching inheritance. Predictably the events escalate until, in the truest sense of the word, everything explodes.

  • Bestselling crime fiction author Frank Goldammer shows a new facet – this time crime stays in the family
  • Total sales of Frank Goldammer’s books with dtv: 100,000 copies
  • For fans of the film classic The Honey Pot
Frank Goldammer

Frank Goldammer was born in Dresden in 1975. A painter and varnisher by trade, he began writing in his early twenties, self-publishing his first novels. For dtv he has written several successful historical crime thrillers set in Dresden and its surroundings. A single parent, he lives with his twin children in his native city. Read more about the author at: www.frank-goldammer.de

 

Summer Act

A darkly humorous family saga from the successful crime fiction author

On a hot summer weekend the old and critically ill patriarch Joseph invites his family to his villa on the Baltic coast. Th e extremely rich man with a colorful past accepts death as what it is. However, before he goes, he is unyielding in his desire to see his entire family one last time. Th e relatives haven’t been on speaking terms for years, but they all decide to come in the interest of their potentially approaching inheritance. Predictably the events escalate until, in the truest sense of the word, everything explodes.

  • Bestselling crime fiction author Frank Goldammer shows a new facet – this time crime stays in the family
  • Total sales of Frank Goldammer’s books with dtv: 100,000 copies
  • For fans of the film classic The Honey Pot
Bibliographic Data
240 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-26216-3
First published 2019