Norman Ohler is an award-winning novelist. His fiction includes Die Quotenmaschine, the first hypertext-novel worldwide, published in 1995, Mitte, and Stadt des Goldes (Ponte City in the English translation). His first non-fiction book Blitzed – Drugs in Nazi Germany is an international bestseller and currently translated into over 25 languages. Ohler also works in film, and co-wrote Palermo Shooting with Wim Wenders as well as the script Kilo with Dennis Hopper. He lives in Berlin with his two children.
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