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  • Skriften på veggen – eller forbrytelser lønner seg sjelden 

    Bergsland, Emerentze (Chapter, 2003)
    Artikkelen tar for seg ett av arbeidsfeltene ved Kriminalpolitisentralen i Oslo, nemlig Dokument- og skriftavsnittet ved Laboratorieavdelingen. Som tidligere ansatt ved Kripos, har forfatteren gjennom sitt virke som ...
  • Auf die Geschichte projiziert : Doris Gerckes Bella-Block-Romane 

    Vestli, Elin Nesje (Chapter, 2003)
    Gegenstand des Artikels ist Doris Gerckes inzwischen 12 Bände umfassende Reihe (entstanden in den Jahren 1988-2002) über die private Ermittlerin und ehemalige Hamburger Polizistin Bella Block. Das Hauptgewicht liegt auf ...
  • Noiraud 

    Billeau, Jacky (Chapter, 2003)
    Cette petite nouvelle repose sur des faits réels qui se sont déroulés à la fin des années cinquante dans un petit village des Charentes. Un malentendu, comique et grotesque qui bascule dans l'horreur. C'est l'histoire d'un ...
  • Reading Snow Falling on Cedars as a Historical (Crime) Novel 

    Dypedahl, Magne (Chapter, 2003)
    In my article I give a reading of David Guterson's novel Snow Falling on Cedars (1995) as a historical novel. The setting of the novel is a fictional island in the Puget Sound outside Seattle, Washington, in 1954. Kabuo ...
  • Dead on Arrival? Patricia Cornwell's Andy Garcia Series 

    Knutsen, Karen Patrick (Chapter, 2003)
    Patricia Cornwell's new police procedural series featuring volunteer cop/rookie reporter Andy Garcia, Chief of Police Judy Hammer and Deputy Chief Virginia West has been described as DOA (Dead on Arrival) by disgruntled ...
  • Le genre, du texte aux contextes 

    Avias, André (Chapter, 2003)
    L'article "Le genre, du texte aux contextes" présente une réflexion en plusieurs points sur la place à donner au concept de genre à la lumière de ceux de texte, discours et surtout de contexte. Dans un premier temps, ...
  • "That perilous stuff": crime in Shakespeare's tragedies 

    Orten, Jon D (Chapter, 2003)
    Shakespeare's works have been considerable sources of inspiration for crime and mystery writers. However, to consider Shakespeare's tragedies themselves to be examples of crime writing is uncommon. This paper explores the ...