Finding Alice to be Published in Italian as Cercando Alice, January 2010
We're extremely excited to announce that Camilla Trinchieri's most personal book yet, based on her mother's life in Europe during World War II, will be published by MarcosYMarcos, the Italian publisher of the Italian translation of The Price of Silence!
Finding Alice will be translated as Cercando Alice by Erika Bianchi, translator of Trinchieri's prior book, Il prezzo del silenzio.
It will be released January 21st, 2010.
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Camilla Trinchieri is an exciting and interesting author with 8 books to her name and essays and stories in several anthologies. She's published a fun mystery series The Trouble With , and now she's got a psychological thriller that's got a real grip.
Camilla is a great story teller, with tremendous heart and insight. Her multinational, multicultural upbringing gives a ready richness to her writing. She's got a keen eye also, honed in part through years in the film industry.
So if you have time, stop and take a look at her work, especially this latest book, The Price of Silence, which is a real page turner. It's like going for a roller coaster ride with some real gems along the way.
Camilla Trinchieri was born in Prague to an Italian diplomat father and an American mother. She has lived extensive periods in Italy and the United States. Her career spans years in the movie industry as a dubbing producer\director, working with some of the world reknowed directors: Federico Fellini; Luchino Visconti and Lina Wertmüller. In 1990 Camilla received her MFA in creative writing at Columbia University.
As Camilla Crespi, she has published seven mystery novels (the last four by Harper Collins) and has had three of them published in Germany by Knaur. The Trouble with Going Home was optioned by Dolphin Entertainment for a possible TV movie. Crespi has also written several short stories in the mystery genre.
As Camilla Trinchieri, the short story "Kitchen Communion" appeared in the anthology The Milk of Almonds edited by Edvige Giunta and Louise DeSalvo and published by the Feminist Press in 2002. A personal essay, "A String of Beads," is included in the anthology Unrooted Childhoods, edited by Faith Eidse and published by the Intercultural Press in January 2004.
Camilla has finished another novel, a food-filled mystery tentatively titled Gnocchi in Her Lap.