Filter

  • All
  • Book search
  • Author search
  • Genre
  • View More
Allmen und der Koi

Allmen and the Koi

Published by Diogenes as Allmen und der Koi
Original Title: Allmen und der Koi

The Allmen series – over one million copies sold!

The bestselling crime novel series about the gentleman crook Allmen and his assistant Carlos has sold over a million copies in German alone and was first adapted for TV in 2017 by UFA fiction.

In the sixth episode of the stylish series Allmen’s International Enquiries investigates on Ibiza, the Mediterranean island of the super-rich.

An anonymous invitation lures Allmen to an exclusive property in Ibiza. An old man awaits him by a large pond and shows him his valuable many koi. One of the trusting fish – the most valuable one – has disappeared.
Allmen’s International Enquiries receives the brief of finding ›Boy‹, worth almost a million Euro. Allmen and his crew find a way of discreetly accessing the exclusive world of the island’s high society, and gain insight into a peculiar passion for collecting. 


General Fiction, Crime fiction
224 pages
2019

978-3-257-07075-0

World rights are handled by Diogenes

Film rights are handled by Diogenes

<
>

»Amusing and with a wonderfully ironic voice, Suter describes Allmen’s koi fishing trips with a fantastic sense of place, thanks to Suter’s own experience of life on Ibiza.«

Münchner Merkur

»You can’t help but like him, this well-educated, talented, degenerate, maudlin, destitute snob, who wouldn’t survive one day without Carlos and Maria.«

Peter Korfmacher / Leipziger Volkszeitung

»Martin Suter describes a great banquet in appetising detail, in which delicacies are served in a daring fusion of Japanese and Mediterranean.«

Rainer Rönsch / Sächsische Zeitung, Dresden

»Amusing and with a wonderfully ironic voice, Suter describes Allmen’s koi fishing trips with a fantastic sense of place, thanks to Suter’s own experience of life on Ibiza.«

Münchner Merkur

»You can’t help but like him, this well-educated, talented, degenerate, maudlin, destitute snob, who wouldn’t survive one day without Carlos and Maria.«

Peter Korfmacher / Leipziger Volkszeitung

»Martin Suter describes a great banquet in appetising detail, in which delicacies are served in a daring fusion of Japanese and Mediterranean.«

Rainer Rönsch / Sächsische Zeitung, Dresden
Expand all
Retract