Continental shift

<p>More crime in translation is coming to Britain</p><p>Bitter Lemon Press, an independent publisher launching in January 2004, will be introducing a new tranche of crime writers in translation to readers in the UK.</p><p>Based in west London, the venture is the brainchild of Laurence Colchester, who is French, and two brothers, Francois and Fr&eacute;d&eacute;ric von Hurter, both from Switzerland. The trio have impressive CVs in banking and international business, and are fluent in six languages between them. They are entirely new to publishing, though: "We love books," is how Fran?ois vo...

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