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Written by Iny Lorentz

Narrated by Anne Moll

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2. Teil einer Trilogie
gelesen von Anne Moll

Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts: Glücklich und voller Hoffnung brechen Lore und Fridolin nach Berlin auf. Hier tritt Fridolin einen Posten in einem Bankhaus an und Lore eröffnet mit ihrer Freundin einen Modesalon. Doch bald muss sie erkennen, dass sie von den Damen der Gesellschaft geschnitten, ja dass ganz offensichtlich gegen sie intrigiert wird. Dann beginnt es auch noch in ihrer Ehe zu kriseln, denn Fridolin hat eine alte Bekannte wieder getroffen - die Besitzerin des Edelbordells Le Plaisir ...
PublisherLübbe Audio
Release dateAug 27, 2010

Iny Lorentz

Iny Lorentz is the pen name for the husband-and-wife writing team Iny Klocke and Elmar Wohlrath, historians whose tales of medieval action, adventure, and romance reflect their academic interests and love for each other. Together, they’ve written more than thirty-five books, almost all of which quickly became bestsellers and which are also available as audiobooks. The five-book Marie series, perhaps their most popular, has sold more than five and a half million copies in Germany alone and has been translated into fourteen languages. The first book in the series, The Wandering Harlot, introduced the captivating and beloved character Marie, whose story has since been made into an award-winning German television movie called Die Wanderhure, starring actress Alexandra Neldel. Elmar and Iny live and write in Poing, near Munich. Lee Chadeayne is a former classical musician, college professor, and owner of a language translation company in Massachusetts. A charter member of the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA), he’s been an active member since 1970. He presently serves as editor of the ALTA Newsletter and as a copyeditor for the American Arthritis Society newsletter. He is a scholar and student of both history and languages, especially Middle High German. His translated works to date focus on music, art, language, history, and general literature; notable works include The Settlers of Catan by Rebecca Gable, The Copper Sign by Katia Fox, and the bestselling Hangman’s Daughter series by Oliver Pötzsch.

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