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Fred Vargas

French writer

1957   -  

country of citizenship: France
native language: French
language of expression: French
occupation: writer, archaeologist, novelist, historian
award received: Prix des libraires, CWA International Dagger

Fred Vargas is the pseudonym of Frédérique Audoin-Rouzeau (born 7 June 1957 in Paris), a French historian, archaeologist and novelist. As a historian and archeologist, she is known for her work on the Black Death. Her crime fiction policiers (police procedurals) have won three International Dagger Awards from the Crime Writers Association, for three successive novels: in 2006, 2008 and 2009. She is the first author to achieve such an honour. In each case, her translator into English was Siân Reynolds, who was also recognized by the international award.
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Works

7

Ceux qui vont mourir te saluent

roman de Fred Vargas

author: Fred Vargas

1994

Les Jeux de l'amour et de la mort

premier livre de Fred Vargas, publié en 1986

author: Fred Vargas

1986

L'humanité en péril

author: Fred Vargas

Salut et liberté

author: Fred Vargas

1997

Sans feu ni lieu

author: Fred Vargas

Io sono il tenebroso

author: Fred Vargas

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