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Friday, December 28, 2012



Why German Thrillers are Not Popular in US


German author Nele Neuhaus' 'Snow White Must Die' is a best seller in Europe and South Korea.
German author Nele Neuhaus' 'Snow White Must Die' is a best seller in Europe and South Korea.
Germans love to read and write thrillers – crime fiction, detective stories, murder and intrigue.
Between 400 and 500 crime novels or “krimis” are published each year in the country.
Yet, German thrillers have never cracked the US market unlike their Scandinavian cousins.
Susan Stone reports from Frankfurt, Germany.

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