It's no longer August, but you can still read an article on translated crime fiction in that month's edition of Cluelass.com's electronic newsletter Deathstyles. The article discusses recent and upcoming work from Fred Vargas, Håkan Nesser, Andrea Camilleri, Leonardo Padura and others. If offers the encouraging reminder about Nesser that "there are another decade or so of books awaiting translation."
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