The novelist Miloudi Hamdouchi has passed away


By The Economist | The 30/08/2019 – 16:12 | Share
The novelist Miloudi Hamdouchi has passed away
The Moroccan novelist specializing in the crime novel, Miloudi Hamdouchi, died Friday in Casablanca at the age of 70 following a long illness. PhD in law from Moroccan and French universities and professor of higher education, Hamdouchi is the author of a dozen novels, including "The blind fish" which has been the subject of a film adaptation, "Private relationship" , "The claws of death", "The holy Janjah" still "Oum Tariq". He began his professional career in DGNS services, where he rose through the ranks, before returning to teaching and research and writing.

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