Dagmar Hansen has already published numerous novels, several of which were made into movies for the German television stations ARD and ZDF. With her new novel Pathways of the Heart she devotes herself to a very emotional topic and writes for women, who know life with all the ups and downs, and have the courage to deal with their feelings and the big questions in life.
ALL THE DAYS WE LOVE
On the day she turns 60, Tilda not only loses her job but also realises that her relationship is over. This is not how things were supposed to turn out! Starting over at 60? When she comes across a job advertisement for a personal secretary posted by a “woman in her prime (84)”, she decides to apply on the spur of the moment. Although her new boss is still hale and hearty, she intends to adopt the Swedish “death cleaning” approach. Ruth wants
Tilda to help get her affairs in order, Scandinavian style. Tilda initially finds the whole process awfully morbid. But Ruth teaches her that life always has surprises in store, regardless of your age…