Bloody good library: Bogdan Rusev



8 November 2018
The reason why we bury our noses in his library is the newest book on its shelves - Anthony Horowitz's Magpie Murders, translated by Bogdan. It's a cozy crime novel in which you find yourself in between two stories that you follow together witha surprising detective: Susan Riley, an editor at a London publishing house. Bogdan Rusev himself has a long experience as an editor (in chief of Egoist, Capital Light and One Week in Sofia), as well as a translator, creative director, screenwriter, writer. There are three criminal novels in his bibliography, so is it a wonder why we want him to recommend the best criminal stories he's read?



 

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