Yesterday, on italian Blog Mondadori (the publishing house that since 1929 to today has published continuously Detective Fiction), was published my interview with Paul Halter, the great French writer (who I met through a person just as friendly, that is John Pugmire): http://blog.librimondadori.it/blogs/ilgiallomondadori/2013/08/13/intervista-con-paul-halter-di-pietro-de-palma/#comments.
Paul, with which I made in a short time a fruitful friendship, honored me with his patience to my many responses and from these talks, is born an interview, which in Italy is having success. It’s not only about his novels (as in other previous interviews), but also about his world, his life, his passions. The result is a fascinating and unusual portrait of the great writer. Soon on this blog will publish the interview in the original version that is in the French language, while on my blog, Death Can Read, will be published the interview translated into English. All this to make it available not only to English-speaking readers but also French-speaking, who do not know English.
Pietro De Palma