British Bookshop Frankfurt

British Bookshop Frankfurt Looking for English-language books? Visit the original shop in central Frankfurt for a hand-picked selection of books, both contemporary and classic.

You will also find a great variety of magazines, dvds, cards and calendars.

28/01/2016

Dear customers,

We regret to inform you that we will be closing our shop indefinitely on the 12th February 2016 due to extensive long-term renovation work being done to the building where the bookshop is located.
There is a possibly that we will find a new venue and if that is the case, we will, of course keep you posted.

Consequently we are having a massive clearing SALE at our shop in Frankfurt.

Most hardbacks at €5,00

Most paperbacks €2,00

Everything Must Go!

The British Bookshop
[email protected]
Boersenstr. 17 | 60313 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: +4969 280492 | Fax: +4969 287701

We're hosting a reading in October!!Music to Silence to MusicA Biography of Henry Grimesby Frankfurt author Barbara Fren...
16/09/2015

We're hosting a reading in October!!

Music to Silence to Music
A Biography of Henry Grimes
by Frankfurt author Barbara Frenz
Foreword by Sonny Rollins

on Friday 16 October 2015 at 19:30
at the British Bookshop
[email protected], phone +49 (0)69 280492
Börsenstraße 17, 60313 Frankfurt am Main
(2 minute walk from Hauptwache Metro Station)

The amazing life story of this American jazz bass player who reappeared and restarted his career after a 30-year absence from the jazz scene. This book examines his long career working with some of the most adventurous American musicians including Sonny Rollins, Cecil Taylor and Albert Ayler.

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15/07/2015

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28/02/2015
Sorry, Ebooks. These 9 Studies Show Why Print Is Better

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Don't lament the lost days of cutting your fingers on pristine new novels or catching a whiff of that magical, transportive old book smell just yet! A slew of recent studies shows that print books are still popular, even among millennials. What's mor...

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12/02/2015

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We're having a reading & book signing at The British Bookshop !Murder at the Frankfurt Opera 	by Pamela Cramer Thursday,...
08/01/2015
PAMELA CRAMER

We're having a reading & book signing at The British Bookshop !

Murder at the Frankfurt Opera
by Pamela Cramer
Thursday, January 29, 2014
Boersenstrasse 17
60313 Frankfurt/main
Noon to 2 PM

Not over until the killer sings: A murder mystery
Murder at the Frankfurt Opera follows the glamorous life of Myra Barnett, a young American woman who has just relocated to Frankfurt to join a well respected opera group as a chorus singer. Everything goes well at first that is until a colleague is mysteriously killed in an onstage accident which she is determined to prove was murder. The plot thickens further when going through her colleague’s belongings she finds secrets in his past that she was unaware of especially an earlier romance in another land. Murder at the Frankfurt Opera is an engrossing story of intrigue, danger, and opera.
Cramer, an opera expert in her own right who sang in the Stadttheater Giessen and Musiktheater im Revier, hopes to demystify the life of an opera singer with her new book series, “Murder She Sang,” of which “Murder at the Frankfurt Opera” is the first installment.
Visit her website: www.pamelacramer.com for more information. Available to buy in The British Bookshop, Frankfurt. Watch for the next book in the series “Murder at the Berlin Opera”.

Pamela Cramer is a working novelist who lives in Houston, Texas. She sang professionally at the Musiktheater im Revier in Gelsenkirchen, Germany and at the Stadttheater Giessen in Giessen,...

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24/04/2014

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08/03/2014

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30/11/2013

Our Christmas Reading List is out !

have you ever felt...
20/10/2013

have you ever felt...

what are you doing this weekend?
19/10/2013

what are you doing this weekend?

17/10/2013

our autumn reading list is out !

Alice Munro Wins Literature Nobel Prize
10/10/2013
Alice Munro Wins Literature Nobel Prize

Alice Munro Wins Literature Nobel Prize

Canadian short-story writer Alice Munro was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, becoming only the thirteenth woman to win the prize since its inception more than a hundred years ago.

British Bookshop Frankfurt's cover photo
26/03/2013

British Bookshop Frankfurt's cover photo

26/03/2013

Our new Easter Reading list is out !

21/11/2012

Our new Christmas Reading List is out now!

British Bookshop Frankfurt's cover photo
10/11/2012

British Bookshop Frankfurt's cover photo

John Lanchester will read from his latest novel, 'Capital' at the Romanfabrik in Frankfurt on November 20th, 2012. The s...
07/11/2012

John Lanchester will read from his latest novel, 'Capital' at the Romanfabrik in Frankfurt on November 20th, 2012. The setting is Pepys Road, London, in 2008. He describes the daily life of the inhabitants, whose lives have been turned upside down by the first financial crisis. This is a wonderfully ironic novel in which London acts as a metaphor for the current global financial crisis.

* A reading in English & German *
Moderator: Jan Wilm (Frankfurt University)
Tuesday, November 20th, 2012 @ 20:30
You can reserve tickets by phone or e-mail:
069-49084828 / [email protected]
for further details, see romanfabrik website:
www.romanfabrik.de

Bookshop choice!Barry Unsworth, The Quality of Mercy, Hutchinson, €14,50Set in 1767, this sequel to Booker Prize winning...
29/09/2011

Bookshop choice!

Barry Unsworth, The Quality of Mercy, Hutchinson, €14,50

Set in 1767, this sequel to Booker Prize winning novel, ‘Sacred Hunger’ follows the fortunes of its two main characters: Sullivan, the Irish fiddler and Erasmus Kemp, son the Liverpool slave-ship owner who hanged himself. To avenge his father’s death, Erasmus has the mutineers of his father’s ship, which includes Sullivan, brought back to London to stand trial. Sullivan escapes, however, and is on his way to Thorpe in the East Durham coalfields where his dead shipmate’s family live. He has pledged to tell them how his friend, Billy, died. Billy’s sister, Nan, and her miner husband, James Bordon, have three sons all destined to follow their father down the mines. Their youngest son is spending his last summer above ground. Meanwhile, in London, Erasmus is seeking compensation for the cargo of sick slaves who were thrown overboard and meets a passionate anti-slavery campaigner, Frederick Ashton and his spirited, clever sister, Jane. Aston represents the insurers disputing Erasmus’ claim. The fate of Sullivan and Erasmus soon converge again when Lord Spenton, the coal mine owner in East Durham, applies to Kemp merchant bank for a loan. Erasmus sees a lucrative business opportunity in the rapidly developing and highly profitable coal and steel industries and makes his way north to the same village where Sullivan is traveling. Unsworth has written a brilliant expose of how humans are treated as surplus, whether slave or coalminer, for industrial enterprise and profitability, carefully exploring the rationale behind such systematic exploitation.

The Store
18/08/2011

The Store

01/04/2011

The new Easter Reading List is out now !

The best selection of English books in Frankfurt!
28/10/2010

The best selection of English books in Frankfurt!

Adresse

Börsenstraße 17
Frankfurt
60313

S + U-Bahn Frankfurt Hauptwache

Öffnungszeiten

Montag 09:30 - 19:00
Dienstag 09:30 - 19:00
Mittwoch 09:30 - 19:00
Donnerstag 09:30 - 19:00
Freitag 09:30 - 19:00
Samstag 09:30 - 18:00

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+49 69 280492

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Are there still any of our former customers out there? We miss you!
Der Shop ist leider seit dem 12. Feb. 2016 geschlossen :-(