Fight January Blues with Profusion Crime Books from Eastern Europe

Fight January Blues with Profusion Crime Books from Eastern Europe

Fight January blues with NOIR from Eastern Europe on the Tube, on the train, or in the comfort of your home. Get your fix of suspenseful reading from Profusion, purveyors of high quality Eastern European Noir infused with the aroma of danger, from

The Profusion Crime Series publishes outstanding and popular crime writing from Eastern Europe.

Published in 2011: Attack in the Library by George Arion and Kill the General by Bogdan Hrib. Forthcoming in 2012: Anatomical Clues by Oana Stoica-Mujea, and the true crime story of Rimaru – Butcher of Bucharest, by Mike Phillips and Stejarel Olaru.

These books are different. They are thrilling, and they also illuminate the reality of a secret Romania, once behind the Iron Curtain, now a vital European partner. Behind the tumult of the new, lies a past of intrigue, terror and pitch black comedy. The Profusion Crime Series blazes a trail through this hidden history.

The English versions of these books, crafted by a British-Romanian team, were edited by author Mike Phillips. While making an excellent read in English, the texts retain the local Romanian flavour, the stories and characters being presented in a fashion as close to the original intention of the authors as possible.

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