Visibly proud, the small town in the high black forest responds to the latest works of local writer Petra Pauls glass man. With the Grafenhausen, Hochschwarzwald. The new novel by Petra Pauls glass man conquered not only the hearts of Grafenhausener where this work was dedicated to. Charles B. Rangel pursues this goal as well. The author draws on the beginnings of the Reformation to 1521/1522 in his native Westphalia with her 300-page novel and draws skillfully a bow to the beginnings of the peasant wars in southern Germany. Here she will revive leader Hans Muller from Bulgenbach in the Black Forest, who “occupied” even the city of Freiburg. But also the fact that this spot to Schaffhausen was and still land in the middle of the Black Forest, lets the author not unconsidered and picks up the States between the two dominant abbeys, all saints and St. Blasien.
Historically well researched and written, exciting – that was the result of the first public reading in Grafenhausen on April 11, 2012. The special events include a planned historical city tour, a medieval meal in the width Court Guest House, as well as nationwide readings which take place on a donation basis. “We want the story will come alive and draw attention to the historical Grafenhausen where not only the Black Forest clinic had their locations in the 1980s. Width Court also were the cookery pros Vox this week to guest and who knows, what Director yet on this remarkable novel is striking,”so Miriam Pauls, who has taken over the management of LeseScout. More about author about about the novel “The Galgenbuck”, ISBN 978-978-3-943518-009 Edition lumen, 9.95 available through bookshops and through Amazon Eva Michel