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"What Happened in the Forest" by Rudolph Bader is published

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"What Happened in the Forest" by Rudolph Bader is published

About the Book:

Philomena Webster, a quiet woman in her late forties, is seen as a dry old hag by most people in her village. She forms a friendship with a father and his son in the same village, but otherwise keeps to herself.

Yet, there is much more to Philomena than meets the eye. She has had love affairs, is knowledgeable about music and literature and has written a series of best-selling novels under a pen-name, which gives her financial independence.

Over time, however, she is haunted by a traumatic experience in the forest from her youth.

The story takes the reader through British and international history from the 1980s to today, but the main focus lies on Philomena's emotional and intellectual development, along with the quest for truth in connection with what happened in the forest on that fateful day.

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About the Author:

Rudolph Bader studied English and German literature and Near Eastern languages. He got his academic credentials in Switzerland and Germany. In his academic career he worked as a researcher and visiting professor at various universities in Canada, Australia, Germany and Switzerland, publishing widely in the field of post-colonial literatures. He translated Shakespeare, and he was active in teacher training, initiating a number of intercultural projects in education.

Having lived and worked in different countries, Rudolph speaks several languages. After 2008, he has devoted himself to the writing of novels in English. His previous novels include The Prison of Perspective (2010) and White Lies (2018), which have also been translated into German. Today, he lives in Switzerland.

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Press/Media Contact Details:

Darin Jewell (literary agent for Rudolph Bader)

The Inspira Group Literary Agency

Tel. 0208 292 5163

E-mail:  darin@theinspiragroup.com

The Inspira Group

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