Literature: Death of Miloudi Hamdouchi, author of many "polars"


DEATH – The Moroccan novelist specializing in the crime novel, Miloudi Hamdouchi, died Friday, August 30 in Dar Bouazza, near Casablanca, MAP learned from friends of the deceased. Miloudi Hamdouchi died at the age of 70 following a long illness, said the source.

The so-called "Colombo" began his professional life between Rabat and Tangier in the services of the Directorate General of National Security (DGSN), where he rose through the ranks to reach positions of responsibility before reconverting to teaching and research and to lend themselves to writing.

The former commissioner has enriched Moroccan literature with a dozen works including the novel "The blind fish" which has been the subject of a film adaptation, "Private relationship", "The claws of death", "The holy Janjah" still "Oum Tariq", as well as other publications relating to the legal field.

Miloudi Hamdouchi strove to solve the criminal enigmas he had to elucidate during his career and was distinguished in the academic field with his studies as a professor specializing in criminal law and criminology.

On Facebook, several tributes were paid to the writer, in particular by the DGSN retirees' association:

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