Friday, August 01, 2008

72 STUNDEN


I can't believe I forgot to mention this until now, but the German edition of THE MARK is officially on sale today! (they've retitled it 72 STUNDEN, which translates into 72 HOURS).

Let's see what the Amazon Germany website has to say about it (from translation2.paralink.com):

Henry Parker came to New York to start his dream job: Reporter in one of the most famous newspapers of the land. Henry is young. Ambitiously. But his first history could kill him. In 24 hours Henry of the murder will be accused. His only prop: A courageous, but injured young woman whom he must protect from the truth. In 48 hours he will be before three men on the run who want to see him everything for different, but very personal reasons dead.

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Blogger Rob said...

What does that say when they refer to your secondary protagonist as a prop? lol Those translator things can come up with funny results.

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