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Nina George

Germany (b.1973)

Born in 1973, Nina George is a journalist and the author of numerous bestselling novels, which have been translated into several languages. The Little Paris Bookshop was a phenomenal top five bestseller in Germany and is set to be published around the world. She is married to the writer Jens J. Kramer and lives in Hamburg.

Genres: General Fiction, Romance, Literary Fiction
Nina George recommends
One Summer Day in Rome (2017)
Mark Lamprell
"Absolutely enchanting."
How to Walk Away (2018)
Katherine Center
"If you just read one book this year, read How to Walk Away."
The Lost Letters of William Woolf (2018)
Helen Cullen
"Beautifully written and moving."
Fromage a Trois (2018)
(Fromage a Trois, book 1)
Victoria Brownlee
"Full of charm, Fromage à Trois opens up the delicious aspects of Paris and secrets of the French way of loving [...] Witty, voluptuous, very français—adorable!"
The Red Address Book (2019)
Sofia Lundberg
"In a reader's lifetime, there are a few books that will be companions forever. For me, The Red Address Book is one of them. It will comfort you, and remind you of all the moments when you grabbed life with both hands. It is also an homage to the wisdom of women who have lived longer than most of us. One is never too old to learn that love is the only meaning of life – let’s listen to these women."
Welcome to the Pine Away Motel and Cabins (2020)
Katarina Bivald
"One of these books you want to live in for a while."
What You Can See from Here (2021)
Mariana Leky
"I loved this novel truly, madly, deeply. It has been a real darling of a book in Germany for readers across generations. I am jealous of all the new readers who will have the chance to discover Mariana Leky’s exciting new voice and the joy of meeting the fabulous ensemble she has conjured in What You Can See from Here."

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