Dorothy James was born in Wales and grew up in the South Wales Valleys. Writer, editor, translator, she has published short stories as well as books and articles on German and Austrian literature. In 2010, she published her first murder mystery, "A Place to Die," set in Vienna. She has taught in universities in the U.S., England and German, makes her home now in Brooklyn and often spends time in Vienna and Berlin.
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The first novel by David Swinson is a tense, realistic drama of police and criminals in Washington DC.
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