Jean-Paul Nozière lives in Burgundy. He wrote about thirty novels for youth, like eight detective novels for adults (particularly the series of the Enquêtes of Slimane , appeared with the Threshold, whose 2 titles out of 4 received a price of the whodunnit).
One of its books, an Algerian summer , initially appeared in the collection White page, obtained the price Totem novel decreed by Télérama and the Salon of the book and the press youth of Montreuil, as well as the price of the Company of the Men of letters.
BiographyJean Paul Nozière was born in Monay in a small village from about thirty inhabitants in the Jura in 1943. His/her parents were teachers, which enabled him to begin the school earlier. Very small it read very well, whereas the children of its age read texts much easier. In its house there were books and newspapers everywhere. The radio was very important, in family they spoke about the topicality as any family would have spoken about their days. His/her father during the holidays wrote thousands of pages on the history. His/her parents who are 85 years old now continue to read. His/her brother and itself were intended to be a teacher. What it is produced, J-P Noziere became professor of history geography during 10 years to connect on a career of documentalist in a college in Gold Coast.
It started by writing news for the newspaper of its old school. The first which it published called “the uniform” which related to Algeria. It also made film criticisms, it stopped writing at the 36 years age. It have then the taste of the novel but it was afraid to launch out. It made a meeting in 1979, with a person writer for child who succeeded has to remove this fear to him. Its first account is appeared in 1979, in a number of “I like to read”.
He is not any more documentalist since September 2003 and he devotes all his time to the writing of novels for teenagers and of detective novels for adults, that is to say to date an about sixty titles published.
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