A Snow Moon

Lost in the Fog

Ann-Solveig lives in a remote Norwegian village, far beyond the Arctic Circle, with a man she fears… A bestselling Nordic detective story from the Czech ace of crime fiction.

The Island of Grey Monks

This novel takes place on remote small island Schiermonnikoog in northern Netherlands. A young woman was found dead in sand dunes and after eleven years the circumstances of her death remain a mystery…

Cat from Montmartre

Veronika longs for adventure and wants to try something, what happens once in a lifetime. Adam is ashamed of his mother, who loves animals more than people. Second bestseller full of stories for cat lovers and their friends.

Happines is for Free

The third book of tender stories for cat lovers and their friends.

The Solitude House

The body of a young woman who was applying for a job at the local thoroughbred horse racing stables is found in a forest… With this crime novel Klevisová became second time prize-winner of the Jiří Marek Award for Best Detective novel of the year!

The Thief of Stories

Anna is high-flying woman who controlls team of screenwriters preparing very popular TV serie. But now her doughter is missing and unknown blackmailer threatens to expose her secrets…

Waiting for the Cat

The first non-crime book Waiting for the Cat (Čekání na kocoura) for cat lovers and their friends.

Steps of the Murderer

A young woman is found strangled in a Prague‘s forest park. The journalist Julie Keller was probably the last person she talked to. In addition, the victim was strikingly similar to her doughter… This crime novel won annual Jiří Marek‘s Award, granted by Czech branch of AIEP for the best detective novel of the year.

Crime story is not dead, thanks to a middle class

“The novels by Michaela Klevisová show that both the society and the author have matured and are ready to embark on a literary journey into the depth of the Czech crime. The examination of dead bodies goes hand in hand with the examination of the neuroses of the only just crystallised Czech middle class at the threshold of the 21st century, a shared feature present in all of the three novels. Without giving away more than necessary about the background of the crimes investigated, they can all be generally said to stem from an unrest prevailing in a society which, unlike in the past, does now have things to lose, but stands unsure of whether its visions of happiness guaranteed have really materialised in its achievements.” – Tomáš Kafka, Lidové noviny