About Titus Müller
Titus Müller, born 1977 in Leipzig, studied literature, medieval history and journalism in Berlin. In 1998 he launched the literary magazin „Federwelt“ (Penworld). In 2002 at the age of 24 he published his first novel „Der Kalligraph des Bischofs” (The Bishop’s Calligrapher). This was followed by seven more historical novels such as “Das Mysterium” (The Enigma), “Die Jesuitin von Lissabon” (The Female Jesuit of Lisbon) and the latest “Tanz unter Sternen” (Dancing under the Stars). Titus Müller has been awarded the C. S. Lewis-Prize and the Sir Walter-Scott-Prize. He is married and lives in Munich.