Jan Zweyer

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Jan Zweyer, born 12 December 1953 in Frankfurt am Main,[1] is a German writer. Jan Zweyer is only his name for writing, his real name is Rüdiger Richartz.[1]

Career[change | change source]

First he studied architecture and finished it with an exam. Then he studied social sciences and got an exam in it, too.[1] and worked as a clerk for science. After that he worked as a journalist who is only paid when he can sell his stories.[1][2] He has been working for an international industrial company for some years and only writes in his free time.[1] Zweyer writes detective stories which deal in the Ruhr Area and are very popular in Northrhine-Westphalia because he describes it very naturalistically.[3]

Novels[change | change source]

Short Stories[change | change source]

  • 2002 Nur wir allein
  • 2002 Das Skelett von Königsborn
  • 2004 Mit Walther in Aldekerk
  • 2004 Margarethe

Private Life[change | change source]

He lives in Herne [4] in the Ruhr Area [1] with his wife and his dog.[2]

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