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The young New York policewoman Sarah Dolan ends up at “Revier 666” (Precinct 666) – the collection point for all cases that seem ridiculous to her NYPD colleagues. While she reluctantly works on alleged Elvis sightings and confused phantoms are trying to get hold of the handle of her office door, the ambitious Sarah comes across a conspiracy that threatens to break the boundaries of reality. And all of a sudden, something really sinister seems to be happening in the Big Apple! Supported by Flynn Elliot, a mysterious (and far too attractive) private detective, Sarah fights from now on against normal and paranormal crimes – and for her own sanity.

Just in time for MagicCon 4, successful author and podcaster Christian Humberg (“Die unheimlichen Fälle des Lucius Adler”, “Geek Pray Love”, “Star Trek Prometheus”) presents his mystery novels Gotham Noir, which are now appearing in paperback for the first time. As usual, Humberg’s exclusive multimedia readings also include reports from the professional writer’s sewing box and answers questions from the audience.

Lecturer: Christian Humberg
Duration: 60 min  -  The Lecture will be held in: german
Christian Humberg has been working as a freelance author of novels, non-fiction books, comics and plays for children and adults as well as a literary translator and editor since the end of the nineties. As the author of successful fantasy works - including "Drachengasse 13", "Sagenhaft Eifel", "Die Wächter von Aquaterra" and "Die unheimlichen Fälle des Lucius Adler" - Humberg reads nationwide at schools, libraries, literature festivals and conventions. There he tells about his life as an author and willingly chats from his professional sewing box. He also teaches creative writing to the next generation of authors on behalf of several cultural institutions.

<Christian Humbergs' novels reach readers all over the world, having been translated into seven foreign languages, including English, Turkish and Russian.

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