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About the Author: Friedrich Glauser

Friedrich Glauser was a German-language Swiss writer. He was a morphine and opium addict for most of his life. In his first novel Gourrama, written between 1928 and 1930, he treated his own experiences at the French Foreign Legion. The evening before his wedding day, he suffered a stroke caused by cerebral infarction, and died two days later.

Five of the author's books have recently been translated into English by Mike Mitchell:
•Thumbprint (first published 1936; translated 2004)
•In Matto's Realm (first published 1937; translated 2005)
•Fever (first published 1938; translated 2006)
•The Chinaman(first published 1939; translated 2007)
•The Spoke (first published 1941; translated 2008)

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ISBN10: 8493145718 | ISBN13: 9788493145712

"When two women are 'accidently' killed by gas leaks, Sergeant Studer investigates the thinly disguised double murder in Bern and Basel. The trail leads to a geologist dead from a tropical fever in a Moroccan Foreign Legion post and a murky oil deal involving rapacious politicians and their henchmen. With the help of a hashish-induced dream and the commons sense of his stay-at-home wife, Studer solves the multiple riddles on offer. But assigning guilt remains an elusive affair." Fever was first published in 1936. It has been translated into four languages. This is its first publication in English and the third in the Sergeant Studer series published by Bitter Lemon Press.

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