Reitemeier, Jürgen Tewes, Wolfram Schützenfest

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Jürgen Reitemeier, geboren 1957 im westfälischen Warburg, studierte nach einer Ausbildung zum Elektromaschinenbauer Elektrotechnik, Wirtschaft und Sozialpädagogik in Paderborn und Bielefeld. Er arbeitet als Coach und Erwachsenenbildner in seinem Unternehmen modul b in Detmold. Zusammen mit Wolfram Tewes verfasst er erfolgreiche Lippe-Krimis um ein Detmolder Ermittlerteam.

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ISBN(s) 9783492274203
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 320
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Belletristik
Kurztitel Reitemeier, Jürgen: Schützenfest
Warengruppe TB/Belletristik/Krimis, Thriller, Spionage
ISBN-10 349227420X
Länge 193 mm
Breite 121 mm
Höhe 28 mm
Gewicht 273 gr
Umschlag, Vorderseite Ansehen
Produkttyp Taschenbuch
Verlag Piper Verlag GmbH
Serientitel Westfalen-Krimis (Piper) Piper Taschenbuch
Nummer der Serie 1
Untertitel Ein Westfalen-Krimi

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