Discussion of the new face of interntional high-tensile fiction with acclained mystery writer S.J. Rozan.
S.J. Rozan is the author of 10 crime nobels. Her novels and short stories have won crime-writing awards such as the Edgar, Shamus, Anthony, Nero, and Macavity. Her most recent work, In This Rain, takes the reader from the streets of Harlem to the hals of City Hall.
Alicia Gimenez-Bartlett (Spain) was awarded the Feminino Lumen prize for best female writer in Spain. Her book Dog Day is the first installment of her Inspector Petra Delicado mystery series to be published in English.
Henry Chang's debut novel, Chinatown Beat, features Detective Jack Yu. Through Yu, Chang presents us with the darker side of New York's Chinatown.
Kenji Jasper began his writing career as a journalist, publishing his first article while working at an intern for the Washington Informer at the tender age of 13. Snow, the second novel in his Dark trilogy, has just been released. In it, Jasper explores the mean streets of Wasington DC.