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55th International Belgrade Book Fair
Date: October 25 – 31, 2010
The International Belgrade Book Fair Awards:
· Publisher of the Year
· Publishing Project of the Year
· Children’s Book
Book Fair Opening Hours: 10.00 am – 8.00 pm.
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WHERE IS PRINCESS DIANA?
A (translated) Review by Prof. Rade Bozovic, Former Dean of the Philological Faculty of the University of Belgrade and presently Professor of Oriental Studies. He is a member of the Serbian Writers Union.
We have plenty of reasons for stating that Slobodan Radojev Mitrić is a skilled writer of true crime novels. In his book "Help! They’ve Kidnapped Me! Lady Di" he writes not a single unnecessary sentence nor does he give a any unnecessary description. In fact, the novel focuses above all on the dialogue that exemplarily fits every situation. When it needs to be lyrical, it is so; when it should be satirical, it is so; when deemed advisable for the dialogue to inform the reader, it does so. The dialogue is almost theatrical. The story line is skillfully guided to the end, which is not your standard happy ending of a crime story. Finally, the outcome is surprising and somewhat intriguing. Where is Princess Diana? Is she really dead? Moreover, what happened to her lover Dodi al–Fayed?
This short but very fast moving novel is not at all your ordinary run of the mill crime story. It is rather a smoothly rendered gift with criticism of the secret services that are obviously involved in the sinister actions of the underworld. For anyone with knowledge concerning the latter, Slobodan Radojev Mitric has succeeded in writing an interesting crime story.
Had I not predicted what road your Lady Di book would take – that it will become a world bestseller!
With pleasure, I read your press release about the appearance of your book in the United Kingdom. It is a natural approach, and translations in all countries of the world will pile up. I’m sure the book will enjoy the largest circulation in the world that an author has ever experienced.
For you, the ultimate joy and for the Serbian people a great honor to realize that it has such a powerful and spiritually strong personality in its ranks. So shall it be. I hope that here [in Serbia] institutions will ensure that the honor for writing this book will be given to the Serbian people. Because, you are the only person in the world worthy of representing our people; something that has not happened to Serbia since the days of Ivo Andric.
It was an honor for me to belong to the first Serbs, who personally received the book as a gift, for which I thank you with joy.
Permanently fascinated by all this, I remain,
Dusan Tesic Luzanski
P.S. David Strossmayer, added the following sentence to this appraisal: “I agree with everything you have said and have absolutely nothing to add to it, perhaps ‘AMEN’, LET IT BE In Hebrew.”