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Alicia Giménez-Bartlett was born in Almansa in 1951 and since 1975 has lived in Barcelona. With a degree in Literature and Modern Philology, she has taught Spanish Literature for thirteen years, and after the success of her novels, she decided to devote herself totally to writing. Before becoming famous in her homeland with the novels Ritos de muerte and Dias de Perros, Bartlett had already published a number of books. With Una abitacion ajena, the story of the extremely difficult relationship between Virginia Woolf and her maid, she won the 1997 Feminino Lumen Award as the best Spanish author. She then devoted herself to a series with Inspector Petra Delicado as the leading character, which made her one of the most read and loved mystery writers in Spain. In Italy she is considered a Spanish Camilleri thanks to the vivacity of her style and the originality of her stories. Her books have been translated into six languages becoming a great success also in France and Germany.
 
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