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Hometown:
Germany
About Me:
Well, I have a blog, "watching the detectives" - sounds quite English, but it is in German. I am a Co-Editor of "Krimijahrbuch", Germanys Yearbook of written crimes, Editor of "makro-scoop", a crime journal, wrote the only (and best!) Joni-Mitchell-Biography in German (not a crime, I think), I make a website about German crime novels of the 19th and early 20th Century
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Books And Authors I Like:
Vladimir Nabokov, Arno Schmidt (you know Arno Schmidt? Why not?), Reginald Hill, Sara Paretsky, Sjöwall / Wahlöö, Leonardo Padura, Robert Littell, Edgar Poe (forget Allan!), Himescharynchandlerhammett and 179 more.
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The crime fiction exchange market –1-

Hi, America! You gave us Coke and Chandler, Steely Dan and Silicon Valley. We gave you bavarian beer and BMW, Heidi Klum and Heidelberg. So let’s continue this fair trade. You got still a lot of fine crime fiction never translated into German. We also have some thrilling stuff.…

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Posted on April 11, 2007 at 1:34am

AS A NEWBIE

I'd like to send a warm welcome to everyone. Some old friends here, I guess...some old enemies, too (hi, Ludger!)...and, yes, there is a German crime scene...believe it or not...

bye

dpr

Posted on April 2, 2007 at 7:53pm — 1 Comment

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At 7:33am on September 18, 2007, James K. Bashkin said…
Guten Tag, Ich Spreche aber ein bissel Deutch, mit woerter aus Yiddish. Or something like that. I see you are a Robert Littell reader, so I thought I would say hello. I have been writing about Littell on my internal and external blogs lately. Please join the discussion if you like, and please forgive my fractured language. Weider schauen, Jim
At 11:56pm on June 13, 2007, Dieter Paul Rudolph said…
Uh, stimmt...hab ich jetzt gar nicht dran gedacht...Focus, gelt? Aber ein Verriss im Focus ist besser als ein Lob bei wtd...Frühjahr 2008, so wies aussieht, Verlag sag ich öffentlich noch nix drüber, noch nicht in trockenen Tüchern.
At 9:26pm on June 13, 2007, Anne Chaplet said…
Och weißt Du, meine Gelüste sind da gedämpft. Und außerdem: das wollen wir erstmal sehn... Nämlich Deinen Erstling! Wann und wo erscheint er? Kann mich ja mal rächen...
At 1:38am on May 29, 2007, Dieter Paul Rudolph said…
Hallo Anne, thank you for subcribing Crime School, and continuing in German: Jo, das ist alles viel zu groß hier, irgendwie, und die Zeit...kommt der neue Krimi 2008? Hm, dann hast du schlechte Karten wenn es dich nach DKP und Glauser gelüstet. ICH bin nämlich schon durch mit dem hoffentlich bald gedruckten Erstling...
At 12:45am on May 29, 2007, Anne Chaplet said…
Nicht viel los hier, dpr, oder? Aber ich frage mich sowieso, wie man das alles managen soll. Die ganze Foren, das ganze Gechatter. Wenn man auch noch Bücher schreibt nebenher...
Selbstverständlich möchte ich Dein Vademecum in Sachen Krimi subskribieren!
At 1:20am on April 17, 2007, Dieter Paul Rudolph said…
Welcome back, Anne. List might be a good place, I heard they're ambitious to establish a new line of crime fiction. But best of all: They will send me a review copy, too...wish you a friendly and boozy Criminale...
At 1:06am on April 17, 2007, Anne Chaplet said…
Wellwell, DPR, I think I have to teach you something about german wines - some of them are the best worldwide... but alas, we won't have a chance! At least not at the Criminale, where I am not expecting anything beside friends and booze!
My next novel will not be with Piper (that was just a two-books-sideline), but with List.
And I most definitely second your trade offer to the USA. Yes, America! We're here and there's some nice stuff as well!
At 11:44pm on April 9, 2007, Dieter Paul Rudolph said…
Enjoy France! Don't work! I think you'll be right back to take the Glauser for your short story. Unfortunately I will not be there. But I am waiting for your new novel, Piper's having me on the list...and don't forget: life's too short to drink German wine.

bye
dpr
At 9:08pm on April 9, 2007, Anne Chaplet said…
Dear DPR,
"planst Du etwa einen neuen Roman???" Yes, dear, I am doing it again! And firemaking is my specialty - a little warmth, you know? (Don't remember I ever had you as a target...)
Warum muß ich mir das Leben hier in Frankreich eigentlich mit Arbeit verderben?
Frohe Ostern! Anne
At 6:47pm on April 5, 2007, Dieter Paul Rudolph said…
Well, me obviously...but you also are experienced in firemaking, aren't you? Nice stay at France - or are you planning to write a new novel?
 
 
 

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