Dr David Carter has taught at St Andrews, University of Southampton and Yonsei University, Seoul. He now works freelance as a writer, journalist and translator. His translations include Georges Simenon’s Three Crimes, Honoré de Balzac’s Sarrasine, Klaus Mann’s Alexander and works by the Marquis de Sade and Sigmund Freud.
BOOKS BY THIS TRANSLATOR
Under the pressure of his boss, the intransigent Rivière, the airmail pilot Fabien attempts a perilous flight during a heavy night-time thunderstorm in Argentina. As conditions get worse and the radio communication with Fabien becomes increasingly difficult, Rivière begins to question his uncompromi…READ MORE >
A battle of wits between the nimblest French thief and the shrewdest British detective This volume contains two adventures which pit the gentleman thief Arsène Lupin against Sherlock Holmes, the world’s most famous detective. In ‘The Blonde Lady’, Holmes must discover the identity of a mysterious fe…READ MORE >