Eric Halphen
  • Born in the Hauts-de-Seine in 59, of journalist parents. Judge at 24, in Douai, Chartres and Créteil. On an extended leave of absence from the judiciary world since 2002, when he was taken off the Paris public-housing-scandal trial. Since then, writing. In addition to the novel published when he was still  working as a judge (In Hot Water, 1999, Gallimard), he has written short stories, non-fiction (Seven Years of Solitude, 2002, Denoël, Instead of Tears, 2004, Stock) and a subjective literary biography (Mitterrand, Shadows and Light, 2005, Scali).

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