About the Author

Oliver Potzsch

Born in 1970 in Munich, Oliver Potzsch is a German writer and filmmaker. The Hangman’s Daughter is Potzsch’s first novel – originally titled The Executioner’s Daughter.

Potzsch holds a degree from the Munich School of Journalism and spent much of his early career working in radio and television.  Potzsch’s penchant for genealogy led him to write The Hangman’s Daughter when he discovered that he was a descendant of the Kuisl clan – a long line of German executioners.  His novel’s main character, Jakob Kuisl, is based upon Potzsch’s real life ancestor.

Potzsch has also written:

The Executioner’s Daughter and the Black Monk, Ullstein, Berlin 2009

The Executioner’s Daughter and the King of the Beggars, Ullstein, Berlin 2010

Lee Chadeayne

Lee Chadeayne is a former classical musician, college professor, and owner of a language translation company in Massachusetts. He was one of the charter members of the American Literary Translators Association and has been an active member of the American Translators Association since 1970. His translated works to date are primarily in the areas of music, art, language, history and general literature.

Chadeayne’s recent works include:

The Settlers of Catan by Rebecca Gable

The Copper Sign by Katja Fox

Interviews with Oliver Potzsch

The 7 Question Interview with Oliver Potzsch

Amazon Exclusive: A Q & A with Oliver Potzsch

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