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Efstathiadis Minos

Efstathiadis Minos

Minos Efstathiadis (born 1967) studied Law in Athens and in Hannover. He has written the novels “Exodus” (Anatolikos 2000) and “Without language” (Kastaniotis, 2004).

His play “The Meal” (Eurasia 2012) received the first prize in National Competition for Original Theatrical Play in 2011. It appeared on the Greek stage during 2011/12 and 2014. It has been translated in French and German. The play participated in the international contest EURODRAM in Germany and was among the 10 finalists in 2014.

His novel “The second part of the night” (Oceanida 2014) has been translated into German (Acabus Verl. 2014).

He received the prize Fiction Feature Script in the London Greek Film Festival in 2016 for the script “Lost horse” that he wrote together with Stela Alisanoglou.

He lives next to the sea.

An unknown elderly man orders the detective Chris Pappas to inquire about a young German woman, Eva Dempling.

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