In the early 90ties the German author Wolfgang Hohlbein has
written eight Indiana Jones books. The novels are not connected
to each other but the story are all set after the three movies.
Hohlbein is a very popular German-language science fiction,
fantasy and young adult novel author. So far he wrote about
100 pulp magazines and 160 books.
During the 1960ties Holbein moved to Neuss near Düsseldorf.
1974 he married his wife Heike. 1980 his first short stories
appear in science fiction magazines. He got in contact with
the SF-Club Deutschland (SFCD) and the author and translator
Karl-Ulrich Burgdorf. From Burgdorf Holbein got the tip to
work for a pulp magazine company (Bastei) which was desperately
searching for authors. Hohlbein wrote several stories using
pseudonyms, the writing finally started to pay his life. His
breaktrough happend in 1982 when Hohlbein and his wife wrote
the young adult fantasy novel "Märchenmond" (fairy moon) for
a contest. Their novel was chosen the best out of over 10.000
entries. Since then Wolfgang and Heike Hohlbein have written
over 160 books with a total sale of over 1 million. They live
and work together with their five children, ten cats and three