Sandra Hoffmann

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Sandra Hoffmann

Sandra Hoffmann born in 1967 in Germany’s Upper Swabia region, read literature, Italian and medieval studies. She is a full-time author and divides her time between Tübingen and Munich. Her most recent award is the Mörike Prize, which she received for the novel Liebesgut. The book He’ll Miss When He’s Dead is Hoffmann’s fourth novel.


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Things He’ll Miss When He’s Dead

Things He’ll Miss When He’s Dead

Is death harder to confront if you’ve been forced to assert your survival in the face of immense resistance? Sandra Hoffmann’s new novel tells the story of Janek Bilinski, a Polish POW ...

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Sandra Hoffmann

Awards

2012 Thaddäus-Troll-Preis