Leonie Swann


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Dachau, Bavaria, Germany
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Leonie Swann (b. 1975 Dachau near Munich, Germany) is the nom de plume of a German crime writer. She went to school at Ignaz Taschner Gymnasium Dachau. She studied philosophy, psychology and English literature in Munich, and now lives in Berlin.

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“You shouldn't believe what you don't understand. You should understand what you believe.”
Leonie Swann, Three Bags Full

“No sheep may leave the flock," he said to anyone who would listen, "unless he comes back again.”
Leonie Swann, Three Bags Full

“The sea looked as if it had been licked clean, blue and clear and smooth, and there were a few woolly little clouds in the sky. Legend said that these clouds were sheep who had simply wandered over the cliff tops one day, special sheep who now went on grazing in the sky and were never shorn. In any case, they were a good sign.”
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