We finde book :

Oliver pötzsch hangman's daughter series 4-in-1 mp3-cd collection: the hangman's daughter, the dark m - The Hangman s Daughter: [Kindle in Motion] (A Hangman s.



I began to research Ludwig, castles – fascinating.  We have a few members who are of German descent (thanks ladies for all your input!).  Most everyone finished the book, with a few ‘almost’ finished (spoiler alert right?).  Judy B could not get into the book ‘at all’ – which I completely understand.  That was my initial response.  Claire didn’t like the ending – which we agreed it went on far too long.  We mostly agreed he was murdered (a true conspiracy which no conclusive ending still).

For October, Patricia Robinson chose The Dark Monk – A Hangman’s Daughter Tale. Set in l600’s Bavaria, a murder mystery took place.  Being that she’s German, and October is upon us… we all met to meander intown to eat the best German food in Atlanta – at Der Biergarten on Marietta St. right across from the Atlanta Aquarium.

We giggled, enjoyed discussing the book (which I really enjoyed), as we dined on beer, wine and hearty German food.  And yes Eileen…I’m heating up the potato salad today! (inside story obviously).   As always, it was great to see neighborhood friends, catch up and discuss what we all love – books.

I began to research Ludwig, castles – fascinating.  We have a few members who are of German descent (thanks ladies for all your input!).  Most everyone finished the book, with a few ‘almost’ finished (spoiler alert right?).  Judy B could not get into the book ‘at all’ – which I completely understand.  That was my initial response.  Claire didn’t like the ending – which we agreed it went on far too long.  We mostly agreed he was murdered (a true conspiracy which no conclusive ending still).

For October, Patricia Robinson chose The Dark Monk – A Hangman’s Daughter Tale. Set in l600’s Bavaria, a murder mystery took place.  Being that she’s German, and October is upon us… we all met to meander intown to eat the best German food in Atlanta – at Der Biergarten on Marietta St. right across from the Atlanta Aquarium.

We giggled, enjoyed discussing the book (which I really enjoyed), as we dined on beer, wine and hearty German food.  And yes Eileen…I’m heating up the potato salad today! (inside story obviously).   As always, it was great to see neighborhood friends, catch up and discuss what we all love – books.

In  The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Pötzsch, the author states that he wrote the book because of his personal heritage. He is descended from a line of hangmen.

In  The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Pötzsch, the author states that he wrote the book because of his personal heritage. He is descended from a line of hangmen.

As is the case with Jakob Kuisl, the hangman in The Hangman's Daughter , Pötzsch says that the people of this profession (noted in the novel as a much-needed profession ) were greatly feared. They were outcasts who made their living providing a necessary service, but they were shunned by the general public. The job was passed from one generation to the next, and it took someone with great strength and skill to do a "good" job. In writing this novel, Pötzsch felt more connected to his heritage—to his ancestors. For the author, he says it was also a question of paying homage to the Kuisls of the past—defending and honoring them.


51MVhwk6BwL