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This website presents fiction and non-fiction books by Pe­ter de Chamier. They are available in English and in Ger­man. Those on this page are in English. If you click on the German-language flags on the right you will move to the German editions.

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Auf dieser Website wer­den Bücher von Pe­ter de Chamier vor­ge­stellt. Sie sind auf auf Deutsch und Eng­lisch er­hält­lich. Die Bücher auf dieser Seite sind auf Englisch. Wenn Sie die Flaggen auf der rechten Seite an­kli­cken, ge­lan­gen Sie zu den deut­schen Aus­gaben.

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The Author

Peter de Cha­mier works for an in­ter­­na­tio­­nal sci­en­ti­fic and hu­ma­ni­ta­rian foun­da­tion. He has a doc­­to­­ra­te in hi­s­t­ory.

The author has written and edited a number of non-fiction books that were trans­lated into seven lan­gua­ges. He has con­tri­­but­ed nu­me­­rous news­­pa­per arti­c­les to the cul­­ture and arts sec­­tions of se­­ve­­ral lead­­ing news­­pa­­pers, and has a re­­gu­­lar col­umn in a scien­­ti­­fic news ma­­ga­­zine.

→ MORE  about the author and some of his remarks about writing.

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The Books


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Unnamed Forces
An «Entertainment»
New Edition 2024 • English and German

Unnamed


My way of joking is to tell the truth. It's the funniest joke in the world.
George Bernard Shaw. John Bull's Other Island.

In 1936 Germany and Japan sign a treaty with two oil companies: The two countries divide among each other the oil exploitation in Siberia. The diplomatic courier carrying the German ver­sion of the treaty from Tokyo to Berlin dis­ap­pears while crossing the Soviet Union tra­vel­ing on the Trans-Siberian Railroad.

Nearly seventy years later Jack Boulder, a Canadian liv­ing in the Swiss city of Ba­sel, is asked by the German For­eign Office to trace the ori­gi­nal copy of the treaty.

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Berlin Export
An «Entertainment»
New Edition 2024 • English and German

Berlin Export


Difficile est saturam non scribere.
It is difficult not to write satire.
Juvenal. Saturae I, 30

You may not be able to change the world, but at least you can embarrass the guilty.
Jessica Mitford.

Two German tourists die in traffic accidents in Egypt. Their bodies are used to transport a huge amount of dollar bills into Germany. Why are the re­spon­sible German authorities not in­ter­est­ed in this case?

In the guise of a Canadian journalist Jack Boulder is sent to Egypt by a minor German secret service to inquire about the background, traveling with a German government minister's delegation.

Unintentionally, an airline phy­si­cian gives Boulder a lead that finally takes him to Spain. Ap­pa­rent­ly, money trafficking is but a sideline in the context of events.

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Occident Express
An «Entertainment»
New Edition 2024 • English and German

Occident Express


I hate things all fiction … there should al­ways be some foundation of fact for the most airy fabric —
and pure invention is but the talent of a liar.
Lord Byron in a letter to his publisher John Murray — London 1817.

Προαιρεῖσθαί τε δεῖ ἀδύνατα εἰκότα μᾶλλον ἢ δυνατὰ ἀπίθανα.
Prob­able im­possi­bi­li­ties are pre­fer­able to im­prob­able possi­bi­li­ties.
Aristotele. Poetics. 1460A; c. 335 BC.

The third volume in the series … the year is 2006. Russia and its billionaires promise riches and an au­spi­cious future, for many the country has become the land of the rising sun, not least for German media czars and politicians.

It begins with an accident in Greece, follows man-hunts along dusty railroad tracks in the Middle East, and fi­nal­ly ends with a fur­n­iture truck in Swi­tzer­land.

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Preliminary date of publication: late 2024
The Stamp Collector
An «Entertainment»

StampCollector


Once the toothpaste is out of the tube, it is awfully hard to get it back in.
Harry Robbins Haldeman. Water­gate and Re­la­ted Ac­ti­vi­ties. 1973.

Some high-ranking diplomat in the German Foreign Office seems to have an eccentric hobby: vintage and antique stamps, mostly of the times of the German Reich, between 1871 and 1945 — and the period following until 1990. He steals them in the archives of the Foreign Office.

However, when his office is searched secretly, no trace of these stamps can be found. Nor does he sell them — anyway, they are not very valu­able. What happens to them?

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