|Type||Literature Social science|
|Birth||24 December 1942, Paris, France|
Dominique Manotti in 2006 Dominique Manotti (born Marie-Noëlle Thibault December 23, 1942, in Paris) is a French crime writer and economic historian. She has written more than a dozen books, many of which have been translated. Among her many prizes is the 2011 Grand Prix de Littérature Policière, the most prestigious award in French crime fiction. She lives in Paris where she is a professor of 19th-century economic history.
1995: Sombre Sentier, published in English as Rough Trade, translated by Margaret Crosland and Elfreda Powell; Arcadia Books (London) in 2001 1997: À nos chevaux!, published in English as Dead Horsemeat, translated by Amanda Hopkinson and Ros Schwartz; Arcadia Books (London), 2007 1998: Kop; 2001: Nos fantastiques années fric,, published in English as Affairs of State, translated by Amanda Hopkinson and Ros Schwartz, Arcadia Books (London), 2010 2004: Le Corps noir; 2006: Lorraine Connection, published in English under the same title, translated by Amanda Hopkinson and Ros Schwartz; Arcadia Books (London), 2008. – Winner of the CWA International Dagger 2010: Bien connu des services de police; 2011: L'Honorable Société; 2013: L'Évasion, published in English as Escape, translated by Ros Schwartz and Amanda Hopkinson, 2014 2013: Le Rêve de Madoff; 2015: Or noir; 2018: Racket