Antoine Bello

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Antoine Bello
Born (1970-03-25) 25 March 1970 (age 44)
Boston, Massachusetts
Occupation Novelist, investor
Genre mystery

Antoine Bello (born 25 March 1970) is a French-American author born in Boston, Massachusetts. He currently lives in New York.


Bello has written six books.

Les Funambules (ISBN 2070745023), a collection of short stories, was published in 1996.

Bello's first novel, Éloge de la pièce manquante (ISBN 2070749665) was released in 1998. It was the runner-up for the French Prix Novembre literary prize and released in English with the title The Missing Piece (ISBN 0156013371).[1][not in citation given]

In 2007, Bello released, Les Falsificateurs (ISBN 2070355276) which was followed by a second installment, Les éclaireurs (ISBN 2070124266) two years later. Les éclaireurs was awarded the prestigious France Culture Telerama award.

In 2010, The Disappearance of Emilie Brunet (ISBN 2070446891) plays with the codes of crime fiction while paying tribute to Agatha Christie and Edgar Allan Poe.

Mateo (2013) (ISBN 2070140113) tells the story of a prodigiously gifted soccer player who declines offers from the greatest clubs to play college soccer and earn the title his father was about to win before he died.

In 1991, he launched the Rankopedia website.[2]


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