The first book I wrote was Plateau Rebels.
It's the only one that sells, and it only sells in Germany. I think I know why: the story has a strong emphasis on Native American issues. Historically, there's been a strong interest in this subject in Germany for some two hundred years now. Or maybe the book is selling because the cover is so nice?
A friend told me that she can't read my books because they're written in French. I thought that was outrageously funny, because a) they're written in English and German, and b) I wish I was able to write a novel in French. I'm not.
I'm also selling the sequel to Plateau Rebels (English version) and Plateau (German version) on Amazon: They're called Queen of Estonia (English version) and Coup (German version).
Combat Fatigue is actually the first novel in the "Expats" trilogy, and it is a prequel to these two novels. It has a complicated plot, the action is happening in Europe, the States, Afghanistan and Iraq. I enjoyed writing it so much that I didn't really want it to stop. And now I'm working on book No. 4, which will turn my trilogy into a quadrilogy...