Marc Fernandez is cofounder and editor in chief of the magazine Alibi, dedicated to crime fiction. He has been a journalist for sixteen years and for much of that time covered Spain and Latin America. He has co-written several works of true crime. Mala Vida, his first novel, was a finalist the Grand Prix des Lectrices d'Elle. His second, The Guerrilla Social Club, has been published in France. He lives in Paris.
Finalist for the Grand Prix des Lectrices d'Elle and winner of the Prix Plaidoiries pour un polar at the Festival Clameur(s) of Dijon "If Orwell had met Almodovar, he would have written something like this."--Le Point "Marc Fernandez proves himself to be a fearless storyteller, smartly blending historical fact with a crime fiction plot."--Le Monde, M (the magazine) "Succeeds diabolically."--Paris Match "Breathless and chilling."--VSD "The plot, at the intersection of contemporary politics and history, unfolds with a growing sense of pleasure and exoticism. The characters' color and verve is reminiscent of Almodovar."--Le Progr s "Efficacious. Well put-together with just enough humor and bruised feelings: a good read."--Alsace "Like a cross between a crime novel and reportage, the story of this dark and little known period during the Franco years cries out with truth."--Point de Vue