“Veit Heinichen is far more than a skilled storyteller of engaging criminal novels. He is to a certain extent a reporter of Europe’s changes. Who reads Heinichen takes pleasure in observing Europe with different eyes”

Volker Albers

Welcome to Veit Heinichen’s world

Veit Heinichen is the writer who has created Proteo Laurenti, chief of police in Trieste, the border city in Northern Italy. His novels take us on a discovering tour of the world where the Mediterranean Sea meets Central Europe – a place where the mental, political, historical and geographical borders are the main features of the location.

Veit Heinichen’s novels draw a map where Europe finds itself at home as it was in the past. Thanks to the writer’s words you can travel through the landscape, history, taste and friends that make this part of the world the favourite point of view of Veit Heinichen’s poetic.

Veit Heinichen’s latest book

  • Im eigenen Schatten

    When the businessman Franz Xaver Spechtenhauser blows up with his Cessna, nobody thinks of murder. The spectacular robbery of some gold bars leads the detectives to follow a line of investigation involving organized crime. But from the man’s past clues emerge that cast great doubts on his history and identity. Who was Spechtenhauser in reality? […]

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2 weeks ago

Veit Heinichen

Commissario Xenia Zannier: “Mangel an Teamgeist, exzentrisch,
renitent und disziplinlos, gewaltbereit, unberechenbar.”
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Commissario Xenia Zannier: “Mangel an Teamgeist, exzentrisch,
renitent und disziplinlos, gewaltbereit, unberechenbar.”

 

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Ohne Grenzen! In Triest wir gut wissen was sind Grenzen... Der Eiserner Vorhang fiel von Stettin nach Triest (Sir Winston Churchill)

Schon verschlungen! Genial.

Hab schon die ersten Seiten gelesen, freu mich auf das, was noch kommt.

Ein Meisterwerk! Ich habe es im Nu verschlungen...

Divorato! Ci vediamo a Francoforte il 13.06.2019!

Non vedo l’ora di leggerlo!

Ich muß es haben !

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3 weeks ago

Veit Heinichen

Wir warten auf Veit Heinichen! Der Autor liest heute bei Heyn aus seinem neuen Buch „Borderless“
#heyn #mrheyn #veitheinichen #buch #lesen #borderless
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Ich hab es …. Heute bekommen! Warte aber mit dem lesen noch. 19.5. in Novigrad, da hab ich Zeit und einen guten Merlot

3 weeks ago

Veit Heinichen

Heute im Kurier!

#borderless
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Heute im Kurier! 

 #borderless

 

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Bin schon sehr gespannt 😉

Iniziato oggi! ❤️

Ich auch

Ausserdem habe ich vor kurzem einen interessanten Artikel zur aktuellen politischen Lage in Österreich von dir gelesen....Leider finde ich ihn nicht mehr.

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2 months ago

Veit Heinichen

COMING SOON

Il Commissario Xenia Zannier al centro di un’indagine internazionale. Berlino, Salisburgo, Zagabria, Trieste, Rijeka, Roma. Armi chimiche, servizi segreti, politica, economia e crimine organizzato.

Un romanzo di una folgorante attualità.

In tedesco al 2 maggio 2019, in italiano in gennaio 2020.
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COMING SOON

Il Commissario Xenia Zannier al centro di un’indagine internazionale. Berlino, Salisburgo, Zagabria, Trieste, Rijeka, Roma. Armi chimiche, servizi segreti, politica, economia e crimine organizzato.

Un romanzo di una folgorante attualità.

In tedesco al 2 maggio 2019, in italiano in gennaio 2020.

 

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Wann ist heuer endlich Mai, verdammt noch mal!

E Laurenti?

non vedo l'ora di leggerlo!!!!! ❤️

Kein Laurenti? 😉

Lange drauf gewartet. Aber freu mich schon 🙂 Gibt es schon eine EAN Nr. zum vorbestellen??

e il buon vecchio Proteo?

Stefano!!!!

Schon vorbestellt. Bin gespannt und freu mich.

Ci sarà anche in inglese?

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3 months ago

Veit Heinichen

Tgr Rai FVG
16 produttori di Paramount, Sony e Universal Studios per citare solo alcuni, in visita a Trieste per ambientare forse un giorno film e serie Tv. Ieri hanno visto Miramare e Porto vecchio oggi sono sulle tracce di James Joyce

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