Jozef Karika

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Jozef Karika

Jozef Karika (born November, 15th 1978, in Brezno) is a Slovak experimental publicist and writer. He studied history amd philosophy at Matel Bel's University in Banská Bystrica. He is the author of the bestseller In the shadow of Mafia.[1] He was awarded the Prize of Literary Fund (Cena Literárneho fondu).[2]

As a reporter of a regional TV channel based in Ružomberok, he pointed to the case of Slovak Catholic priest Ján Ferenčík, who, despite his wartime admiration for Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler, was later celebrated by placing a commemorative plaque on the town hall in Ružomberok.[3]

Work[edit]

Slovak books[edit]

  • 2007 - " Mágia peňazí ", (Ikar, ISBN 978-80-551-1366-1)
  • 2007 - " K.P.M.P.Z. ", (Ikar, ISBN 978-80-551-1568-9)
  • 2012 - " Na smrť ", (Ikar, ISBN 978-80-551-3170-2)
  • 2013 - " Na smrť II ", (Bez milosti), (Ikar, ISBN 978-80-551-3581-6)
  • 2014 - " Strach ", (Ikar, ISBN 9788055139654)
  • 2015 - " Tma ", (Ikar, ISBN 9788055143620)
  • 2015 - " Čierna hra: Vláda mafie ", (Ikar, ISBN 9788055144511)
  • 2016 - " Trhlina ", (Ikar, ISBN 9788055151465)
  • 2017 - " Mafiánska trilógia: V tieni mafie, V tieni mafie II, Nepriateľ štátu ",
  • 2017 - " Čierny rok: Vojna mafie ",
  • 2018 - " Priepasť ",

Czech books[edit]

English books[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Beranová, Hana (10 February 2011). "Spisovateľ Jozef Karika" (in Slovak). Slovak Radio. Retrieved 18 November 2011.
  2. ^ Kopčíková, Petra (26 February 2010). "Jozef Karika: Úspech bude, keď prežijem..." (in Slovak). Pravda. Retrieved 18 November 2011.
  3. ^ Sudor, Karol. "Jozef Karika: Ružomberok má čestný flek pre fanúšika Hitlera" (in Slovak). SME. Retrieved 18 November 2011.

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