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French (in) Detective Fiction


Alistair Rolls

Contents: Alistair Rolls: An Uncertain Space: (Dis-)Locating the Frenchness of French and Australian Detective Fiction – Toni Johnson-Woods: Crime Fiction’s Cultural Field: Carter Brown in France – Sue Ryan-Fazilleau: Murder in Montparnasse and Kerry Greenwood’s French Connection – John Ramsland/Marie Ramsland: Re-assessing Arthur W. Upfield’s Napoleon Bonaparte Detective Fiction – John West-Sooby: Lost - and Found - in Translation: The Frenchification of Australian Crime – Jean Fornasiero: Wakefield Queens of Crime Go to Paris: The Publishing Adventures of Patricia Carlon and Charlotte Jay – Françoise Grauby: ‘In the noir’: The Blind Detective in Brigitte Aubert’s La mort des bois – Alistair Rolls: Reading and Writing the Primal Crime Scene: Fred Vargas’s Dans les bois éternels.