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Sascha Arango is one of Germany’s most prominent screenplay writers and a two-time winner of the Gimme prize for his work on Tatort. His first novel The Truth and Other Lies was published in 2015.
Cay Rademacher is the author of several crime novels - including the trilogy on Oberinspektor Frank Stave, who is fighting crime in the ruins of 1940s British-occupied Hamburg. Many of Cay’s books are available in English: The Murderer in Ruins and The Wolf Children from the Oberinspektor Stave Series and Murderous Mistral and A Provence Mystery (to be published by Minotaur, Sept 2017) from the Capitaine Blanc Series.
Wulf Dorn’s first novel Trigger became an international bestseller. Since then he has published six more novels that have been translated into ten languages. His novels and short stories have won him numerous awards, including the French Prix Polar for Best international author. Additionally, Wulf has translated texts by David Bowie, David Lynch and Francis Ford Coppola.
Kat Hall (chair) is the editor of Crime Fiction in German: Der Krimi (2016). She is also crime fiction reviewer at ‘The Mrs Peabody investigates’ blog.
This event is supported by the Goethe-Institut London.
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