Cora Stephan

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Cora Stephan alias Anne Chaplet 2008

Cora Stephan is a German-speaking writer and essayist.

She was born on 7 April 1951 in Strang near Bad Rothenfelde (Germany). As an author of crime fiction she is known under the pseudonym Anne Chaplet.

Cora Stephan grew up in Osnabrück (Germany). Having studied in Hamburg and Frankfurt she graduated as a teacher in 1973 and took her PhD in 1976 with a thesis on the History of German Social-Democracy in the 19th Century.

From 1976 to 1984 she taught at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University in Frankfurt (Germany).

From 1985 to 1987 she worked as a journalist in the Bonn office of the German news magazine Der Spiegel.

Today Cora Stephan lives in Mücke near Frankfurt (Germany) and Laurac-en-Vivarais (France). Under the pseudonym Anne Chaplet she was awarded the Deutscher Krimi Preis twice (in 2001 and 2004) and received Radio Bremen Krimipreis in 2003.

Books[edit]

Essays by Cora Stephan[edit]

  • 1992 Wir Kollaborateure
  • 1993 Der Betroffenheitskult
  • 1995 Neue deutsche Etikette
  • 1998 Das Handwerk des Krieges

Novels by Anne Chaplet[edit]

  • 1998 Caruso singt nicht mehr
  • 1999 Wasser zu Wein
  • 2000 Nichts als die Wahrheit
  • 2002 Die Fotografin
  • 2003 Schneesterben
  • 2004 Russisch Blut
  • 2006 Sauberer Abgang
  • 2007 Doppelte Schuld
  • 2008 Schrei nach Stille

External links[edit]

Websites in German[edit]

  • Cora Stephan contains articles by Cora Stephan, a short autobiography and a bibliography
  • Anne Chaplet contains, amongst other useful information, a detailed bibliography and numerous photos