France (1949 - )
Born in 1949, Didier Daeninckx lives in Paris. Recognised as France's leading mystery writer, his work is translated into all European languages. His novel, Murder in Memoriam forced the French governement to try Nazi collaborators, led to the life of imprisonment of Paul Touvier and made President Mitterrand declare 16 July a day of national reflection on fascism and racism.
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