His eighth detective novel was recently published. Ralph Gohrig has been freeing his imagination from Gesteton since 2009, and a new book has been published every year since 2011. “My stories only develop when I write,” says Gohrig, explaining his approach to new ideas.
Born in Eberbach am Neckar, the writer has lived in Jesteten for over 30 years, working as a forester and enjoying his hobby, both as a historian of the Jesteten community and as a freelancer for Sadkurier and Alb-Botte. In form of. But what he enjoys the most is inventing stories to entertain his discerning readers.
Meanwhile, the demand for more detective novels has increased. After seven past adventures, two stories and several poems, readers can now go on a hunt for criminals again with Police Chief DCC Bob Hamilton in “Endstation Pooleway”.
Plot: High in the north of Scotland, the trail leads a team of investigators into the world of travelers and gets lost in the solitude of the Highlands. Hamilton’s mediocre solo efforts are not without danger and so readers are excited about the good results of his ventures.
Writer Ralph Gohrig has traveled to Scotland several times and so can involve himself in accurate descriptions of landscapes and places, describing the facilities of pubs and bars and he also gets to know the Scots way of life. Gohrig loves to write and as long as his readers are curious, he will never lack for ideas and Hamilton will live on, he promised. Her family supports her in her work by allowing her to temporarily escape family life in order to write. The “mental absence” is accepted with understanding and the result is eagerly awaited. The book is available in stores and crime fans can look forward to more stories about the cumbersome DCC Hamilton.
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