Christian Mähr

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Christian Mähr

Christian Mähr was born in 1952 in Nofels in the Vorarlberg region of Austria where he still lives. Mähr is a writer, beekeeper, doctor of chemistry and long-standing freelance contributor to the ORF’s science and Environment department. His previous publications with Deuticke include Semmlers Deal in 2008, followed in 2010 by Alles Fleisch ist Gras (filmed for the ORF-provincial thriller series in 2014), Das unsagbar Gute in 2011 and Tod auf der Tageskarte (2014).


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Bone Broth

Bone Broth

A sixteenth century skeleton, a mysterious and rare strain of plague, an unfaithful wife, a group of overly ambitious academics and the regulars from the Blaue Traube: these are the ingredients ...

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Today’s Special: Murder

Today’s Special: Murder

Tavern owner Matthäus Spielberger has no ambition to assist police investigations, but he does have a real problem on his hands: Matthäus sees a murder before it takes place. Can he reach the ...

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Semmler's Deal

Semmler's Deal

Imagine you have a deal with the universe, and you can get whatever you want. But for your desires to be fulfilled a corresponding sacrifice must be made.
Semmler, management consultant and ...

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Awards

2011 Wissenschaftsbuch des Jahres in Österreich in der Sparte Naturwissenschaft/Technik

1992 Deutscher Science Fiction Preis

1992 Kurd-Laßwitz-Preis

Bibliographie

Im Deuticke Verlag ist erschienen
2008 Semmlers Deal. Roman
2010 Alles Fleisch ist Gras. Roman
2011 Das unsagbar Gute. Roman
2014 Tod auf der Tageskarte. Roman
2015 Knochen Kochen. Roman

Weitere Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl)
1987 Magister Dorn
1991 Fatous Staub
1998 Simon fliegt
2001 Die letzte Insel
2002 Vergessene Erfindungen. Warum fährt die Natronlok nicht mehr?