“With Matteo Strukul pulp fiction starts a new, wonderful season. New ideas, a “beyond the genre” style, powerful injections of reality and a new, really fascinating, feminine character. The Mila Saga has begun. Finally. We have been waiting for it for a long time!” (Massimo Carlotto).
“Matteo Strukul reminds me of Duane Swierczynski and Quentin Tarantino, which is a very fine combination: he’s the name to watch in Italian crime fiction. In fact, he’s the name to watch internationally” (Allan Guthrie)
Matteo Strukul was born in Padua in 1973 and is an Italian author of historical fiction.
His books has been translated into 20 languages and was awarded with the Premio Bancarella – won in the past by Ernest Hemingway, Ken Follett and Umberto Eco among others – and the Premio Salgari two of the most prestigious literary prizes in Italy.
His Medici Family tetralogy was an international bestseller saga with millions of copies sold around the world. He teaches Interactive Storytelling at the Link University in Rome.
Matteo earned a PhD in European Law of Contracts at the Ca Foscari University of Venice and lives between Padua and Berlin with his wife Silvia.
Togheter with Marco Piva he wrote the “Skuld serie” for LA CASE Books: