Monthly Archives: January 2012
The 28th German Crime Fiction Prize (Deutscher Krimipreis) was awarded to Mechthild Bormann (Wer das Schweigen bricht), Friedrich Ani (Süden), Elisabeth Hermann (Zeugin der Toten) this week.
International honourees were Peter Temple (Truth), Don Winslow (Savages) and Kate Atkinson (Started Early, Took my Dog). The award does not entail any prize money and is awarded for literary excellence and achievement of new impulses for the genre. None … Continue reading
Best-seller to Box-office recommends to have a look at her two novels. This is an interesting new author in Italy. Francesca Melandri worked for a while as a scriptwriter and now is a full time writer. A first novel Eva … Continue reading
It was bought by this new imprint from Simon & Schuster called Gallery Books. There will be a sequel : The Reckoning. It is already sold to Longanesi in Italy, Proszynski Media in Poland, Novo Conceito in Brazil, Random House Mondadori in … Continue reading