Alain Feld


I’m a Belgian writer, it means that I live in the country which is usually associated with chocolade, fries, waffles, beer, but also Simenon, Magritte and Tintin... also Blake and Mortimer inspiring "Murder at Abu Simbel" !

Professionaly, I am a clinical psychologist, trained in psychoanalysis and hypnosis.
Before writing I was a very passionate reader but never imagine I would be an author. I first published a humoristic story which was a mix of “Star Wars” and reality show: “Stars War Academy” (2004). In the same time, I wrote screenplays that have won prizes from in L.A [monthly contest: “Le jour où le Grand Esprit se mit à chanter” (2003) and “Un amour de bonobo” (2009)]. Then, I published a detective novel “Requiem en OGM mineur” (2010) and an erotic novel “Delirium eroticum” (2013)
Then I self-published three esoteric and suspense novels “La dormeuse d’Abou Simbel”(which was translated in English by “Murder at Abu Simbel”), “la Partition oubliée” (the main theme of this novel is an opera inspired by the Kabbalah) and “Madeleine et Proust, les aventuriers du temps perdu” (the heroes are traveling into past lives and have to face threats in present time) and also multiple detective novels.

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Murder at Abu Simbel
Price: $3.65 USD. Words: 71,450. Language: English. Published: November 10, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
Peter Keats, an archaeologist, discovers an unknown woman asleep at the foot of the colossi of Abu Simbel. With no memory of who she is and no ID documents, she quickly appears as a living enigma. This is the starting point of a story full of unexpected turns that combines police investigation, hypnosis, reincarnation and characters that have to go beyond their own limits.

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