Andrea C. Busch

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Andrea C. Busch (born June 22, 1963 in Darmstadt ; † September 2, 2008 there ) was a German writer .

After completing her training as a qualified translator for English and Dutch, Busch started working at the Faculty of Biology at Darmstadt University in 2001 , where she worked in cell biology .

She also worked as a freelance translator, e. B. by Timothy Findley , and as an author. She has become known as the author of numerous short stories that have appeared in various anthologies . Andrea C. Busch has also (co-) edited several anthologies (most recently “Mord im Weinkeller”, 2007, “Murder Between Salmon and Lametta”, 2005, and “Mord zum Dessert”, 2003). These thriller anthologies were illustrated by Bengt Fosshag ; the series was well received, individual books were published several times, in up to 8 editions, and were translated into other languages.

Her anthologies and short stories are often characterized by a combination of criminal suspense and culinary recipes .

Andrea C. Busch lived with her partner in Groß -zimmer .


  • Murder stinks to heaven. Detective novel. Econ Verlag , 1996

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