Joël Houssin

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Joël Houssin (born 1953) is a French author of science fiction, fantasy, and crime fiction. Two of his novels have won the Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire. He also wrote the film Dobermann, based on his series of police novels, and created the crime/fantasy TV series "David Nolande".[1] With Josiane Balasko, he wrote the screenplay of the film My Life Is Hell.

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  1. ^ "David Nolande" (2006) - Full cast and crew Archived December 31, 2010, at WebCite

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