Der Londoner »Independent« wählte Friedrich Glausers »Schlumpf Erwin Mord« unter die 50 besten Bücher für den Strand. Hier die Laudatio:
»Reprinted by an enterprising small press, this was originally published in 1936 and became a legend in European crime writing. Glauser was a morphine addict, yet creates an absolutely realistic
detective figure in his Sergeant Studer, here uncovering Swiss hypocrisy in a murder investigation. Germany's main crime-writing award is the Glauser prize, and this is why.« The Independent.
Hier die englische Ausgabe: www.bitterlemonpress.com