Ferdinand Von Schirach

Ferdinand Von Schirach is a German author and lawyer known for his crime novels and short stories. Born on May 12, 1964, in Munich, he comes from a prominent family with a history in the legal profession. His works often draw on his experiences as a defense attorney and are known for their exploration of the complexities of the legal system and human morality. Some of his notable works include 'Crime and Guilt' and 'The Collini Case', which have been translated into numerous languages and received critical acclaim.

Books

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  1. 1. Crime

    "Crime" is a collection of short stories that explores the complexities of human behavior and the legal system. Each story presents a different crime and delves into the motivations and consequences behind it, challenging readers to question their own notions of justice and morality. With a keen eye for detail and a unique perspective, the author weaves together thought-provoking narratives that expose the intricacies of the human psyche and the flaws of the legal system.

    The 8155th Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. The Collini Case

    This gripping legal thriller delves into the complexities of the German legal system through the lens of a seemingly inexplicable murder case. When an elderly industrialist is found brutally murdered, the suspect, an Italian man with no apparent motive, confesses to the crime, sparking a sensational trial. The young defense attorney assigned to the case finds himself embroiled in a deep-seated legal conundrum that challenges his beliefs about justice and morality. As he delves deeper, he uncovers a dark chapter of German history that reveals the true motive behind the murder, forcing him to confront uncomfortable truths about the past and its impact on the present. This novel is a compelling exploration of guilt, redemption, and the quest for justice in the shadow of historical atrocities.

    The 9601st Greatest Book of All Time