An author who wins all the awards for his latest authors of mystery books novel entitled to Zulu Black Series Grand Prix of crime fiction, Price Nouvel Obs-BibliObs the Black Novel, Grand Prix du Roman Black French, Readers' Prize Quais du Polar, Price authors of mystery books Critics, Prix Jean-Amila Meckert . . . . An author who can write a fan of the Greens (the famous team of Saint-Etienne), pay tribute to Joe Strummer, and walk the reader from Britain to South Africa via New Zealand. An author who portrays characters that resemble BPD in "novels of the imbalance and chaos," as written Chainas Antoine, another author of the Black Series. An author who writes about a world that continues to deprive large sections of humanity and does not declare that some do not return in history. An author does not rewrite history, but a son of Daeninckx more rock and roll, independent, close to a Nesbo and soon will sell as many authors of mystery books as Fred Vargas?. An author who once declared dead at the site Mauvais genres "preferences for combustion, the oppressed, women, the beauty of the world . . . and waiting to live, writes novels, short stories, songs , plays for the theater or radio, screenplays, and when it is really too broke, scripts for television - he has thrown long ago. " "History is one thing, but what excites me the most are the ties that bind people, and what repels them, even if they only want to love. For men, I know that pollutes their relationships: the rivalry. ". Read Utu Caryl Ferey Folio Zulu policeman and after the Black Series. This will be a good start for a summer that promises to be even thriller. You bookseller? I'm more than existed. I was more than a job is a gamble. A bet on the slowness. Do you remember Mary and Joseph in the same black series? "The little king of fantasy," for example. Yeah! Me, your article makes me want to discover this author! But he called Fery, Ferey, or as seems to say Férey Igor? I do not mean Stenbecq of Dostyevssky of Perssival Everette or Mikael Boulgacof not know the spelling . . love is blind, if not illiterate!. Wow, an author who reconciles the public (obviously ignorant) and criticism (necessarily informed)! Dear BS, know that it is characteristic of the detective novel (and / or black). @ Avilla I feel great irony. The success of Caryl Férey not obvious. And beyond this, what interests me is to inform a wider readership an author I like. Style and within which are mine. Totally agree. The success of Caryl Férey was not obvious and is well deserved. As bookseller also took a great pleasure to advise after reading and seeing him receive so many awards that could give pleasure to its readers and increase awareness. To post your comment, final step is to enter the letters and numbers you see in the picture below. This helps to fight against automated spam. . . .