Marek Krajewski:
– Poland

Born in 1966, writer and classical philologist. He used to work as a researcher at Wroclaw University for many years but resigned from this post to devote himself exclusively to writing. Author of bestselling crime novels featuring the investigators Eberhard Mock and Edward Popielski that have appeared in translations in nineteen countries. According to the critics, his writing method combines elements of black crime and horror stories, constituting a link to the tradition of the said genres. Krajewski’s fiction takes place in precisely planned topographic and historic circumstances of the pre-war city of Breslau and after-war Wroclaw, as well as in the Tricity metropolitan area and Lwow. Laureate of the “Paszport Polityki” Award, the City of Wroclaw President Award and the “Wielki Kaliber” Prize, among others. He has also received the title of the Ambassador of the City of Wroclaw. His most recent novel is entitled Dziewczyna o czterech palcach (A Girl with Four Fingers, 2019).