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Charlotte Link (born 5 October 1963 in Frankfurt am Main) is a German writer. She is among the most successful writers in German of present day.



Charlotte Link is the daughter of a well-known German writer and journalist, Almuth Link. She wrote her first work, Die schöne Helena when she was just 16 years old.

She is known as much for novels about contemporary life as for psychological detective novels in the English manner. Three books - Sturmzeit, Wilde Lupinen and Die Stunde der Erben form a trilogy. These, among others, have been filmed for TV series for the German television station ZDF.

Her novel, Am Ende des Schweigens was nominated in 2004 for the Fiction category of the Deutsche Bücherpreis (German Book Prize), while her 2000 book, Die Rosenzüchterin remained for several weeks at the top of the Spiegel Bestseller list.

Charlotte Link now lives with her companion and dog in Wiesbaden.

She is an active member of PETA and works for the street dogs of Turkey and Spain.


In 2007 Charlotte Link was awarded the Goldene Feder, (Golden Feather), for her literary achievements.


  • Cromwells Traum oder Die schöne Helena (1985)
  • Wenn die Liebe nicht endet (1986)
  • Die Sterne von Marmalon (1987)
  • Verbotene Wege (1987)
  • Schattenspiel (1993)
  • Die Sünde der Engel (1996)
  • Der Verehrer (1998)
  • Das Haus der Schwestern (1999)
  • Die Rosenzüchterin (2000)
  • Die Täuschung (2002)
  • Am Ende des Schweigens (2003)
  • Der fremde Gast (2005)
  • Die Insel (2006)
  • Das Echo der Schuld (2006)
  • Die letzte Spur (2008)

Sturmzeit Trilogy:

  • Sturmzeit (1989)
  • Wilde Lupinen (1992)
  • Die Stunde der Erben (1994)

External links

  • Books by and about Charlotte Link in the German National Library (in German) [1]


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