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Thomas Rosenboom

Biography

Thomas Rosenboom was born in Doetinchem) in 1956. He studied psychology for three years in Nijmegen, before switching to Dutch language and linguistics. He initially wrote short fiction, before writing a thriller in 1985. As well as writing, he has taught fiction at the University of Michigan and in Amsterdam. He is the only author to have twice won the Dutch Libris Prize.

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Bibliography

1982 Bedenkingen (novella)
1983 De mensen thuis (stories)
1985 Vriend van verdienste (novel)
1994 Gewassen vlees (novel)
1999 Publieke werken [Public Works] (novel)
2003 De nieuwe man (novel)
2004 Spitzen (novel)
2006 Hoog aan de wind (stories)
2009 Zoete mond (novel)
2012 De rode loper (novel)