European crime fiction in the crosshairs
n°5 May-June-July 2006

 

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n e w s

.: news flash

ANNOUNCEMENT : Crime fiction journals and magazines – information

.: festivals

Bloody Foreigners: the best crime fiction in translation
Sue Neale

.: diary

2006

 
s p e c i a l / f i l e s

.: readings

Das Kindermädchen - Elisabeth Herrmann
Achim Saupe

Putas, diamantes y cante jondo - Lluís Gutiérrez: In memory of hard-boiled fiction
Àlex Martín Escribà

 

.: interviews

.: articles

 
f i c t i o n

In camera
A short story by André-Paul Duchâteau

 
t r i b u n e

Modern police and European citizen

Lena Blaudez, The policeman, a man in uniform
Etienne Borgers, Help! The cops are everywhere
Michael Koltan, On the tedium of police work
Klaus Viehmann, Beward of the bull

 


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