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Martin Suter

Swiss writer

1948   -  

genre: novel
country of citizenship: Switzerland
native language: German
language of expression: German
occupation: screenwriter, journalist, writer, artist
www.martin-suter.com

Martin Suter (born 29 February 1948 in Zürich) is a Swiss author. He became known for his weekly column Business Class in the Weltwoche newspaper (1992–2004), now appearing in the Tages-Anzeiger, and another column appearing in "NZZ Folio". The columns have been published as nine books. Suter has published fourteen novels, written four stage plays, and seven screenplays, for which he received various awards.He is married and lives in Spain and Guatemala. Suter worked previously as a copywriter and creative director in advertising before he decided to fully concentrate on his writing career in 1991. He achieved his break-through with his novel Small World in 1997, which was published by Diogenes Verlag.
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Works

18

Elephant

Roman

author: Martin Suter

2017

A Perfect Friend

literary work

author: Martin Suter

2002

The Dark Side of the Moon

literary work

author: Martin Suter

2000

Alle sind so ernst geworden

Novel by Benjamin von Stuckrad-Barre and Martin Suter

author: Benjamin von Stuckrad-Barre, Martin Suter

2020

The Devil from Milan

literary work

author: Martin Suter

2006

The Last Weynfeldt

literary work

author: Martin Suter

2008

The Time, the Time

novel by Swiss author Martin Suter

author: Martin Suter

2012

Small World

literary work

author: Martin Suter

1997

Lila, Lila

literair werk

author: Martin Suter

2004

The Chef

2010 novel written by Martin Suter

author: Martin Suter

2010

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