Gert Prokop (born 11 June 1932 in Richtenberg, died 1 March 1994 in Berlin from suicide) was a German writer of science fiction and crime fiction. He spent much of his life in the former East Germany. In crime fiction one of his best known works is "Detective Pinky" about an American boy who dreams of being like Allan Pinkerton and at least one of his crime novels was filmed. His science fiction made use of social criticism and dystopian forms. In 1990 he has won the Deutscher Science Fiction Preis (best short story).
Movies & TV shows
Einer muß die Leiche sein
A group of tourists from the GDR are in Bulgaria. They have to stay the night in a small fisher house because the ship's motor broke down. Someone has to be a corpse, a detective and a murderer in a g...
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