Manfred Böckl

| birth_place = Landau an der Isar, Bavaria, Allied-occupied Germany | death_date = | death_place = | nationality = German | other_names = Jean de Laforet | occupation = Writer }} Manfred Böckl (born 2 September 1948) is a German writer who specialises in historical fiction. Since the 1980s, he has written novels that often revolve around Bavaria, crime, abuse of power and historical renegades and seers. He had a local breakthrough in 1991 with a novel about the Bavarian prophet Mühlhiasl. A recurring subject in Böckl's works is Celtic culture and he practices Celtic neopaganism. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Böckl, Manfred
Published 2008
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