A major family drama, the bitter rivalry of two cousins, and a dark secret: The Doubts of Homer Spiegelman is the first novel by award-winning bestselling author and film writer Inge Kloepfer. She draws the psychogram of an unscrupulous yet deeply desperate Wall Street lawyer. A gripping story between New York, Jerusalem and Berlin, in which the boundaries between good and evil, perpetrator and victim blur into one another. ARD television host Sandra Maischberger introduces the novel in conversation with the author.
Inge Kloepfer is an award-winning non-fiction and film author who achieved her breakthrough as a book author with her bestseller Friede Springer - the Biography. After studying sinology and economics, she began her professional career as a business editor at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, for which she still writes today. She has published numerous books, including two acclaimed titles with star conductor Kent Nagano, and now presents her first novel, Die Zweifel des Homer Spiegelman.