Nina GeorgeNina George (30 August 1973) is a German writer, best known as the author of ''The Little Paris Bookshop'', an international bestseller, that has been translated in more than 28 languages as of 2015, and sold in more than 500.000 copies. She has published 26 books (novels, mysteries and non-fiction) as well as over hundred short stories and more than 600 columns. George has worked as a cop reporter, columnist and managing editor for a wide range of publications, including Hamburger Abendblatt, Die Welt, Der Hamburger, as well as TV Movie and Federwelt.
George writes also under three pen-names. She writes non-fiction about issues of love, sexuality and eroticism, under the pseudonym ''Anne West''. Under her married name ''Nina Kramer'' she wrote a thriller in 2008. She also wrote detective novels with her husband and co-writer Jo Kramer, their pseudonym being ''Jean Bagnol''.
In 2012 and 2013 she won the DeLiA and the Glauser-Prize. Her first bestselling novel ''The Little Paris Bookshop'' (first published in German as "Das Lavendelzimmer" on May 2, 2013). She moved to Concarneau in France where she now lives with her husband Jo Kramer.
George is a member of the administrative board of the Collective Management Organisation VG Wort. She is chairwoman of the VG-Wort ‘e-Book’ working group. Provided by Wikipedia
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