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AYSU, Osman

Novelist (b. 20 February 1936, İstanbul). He belongs to an Ottoman family who has been living in İstanbul for three centuries. He graduated from Haydarpaşa High School (1955), İstanbul University, Faculty of Law (1961). He worked as a freelance lawyer for six years beginning in 1972. He is known for his novels of romance, detective stories and thrillers that were published from 1994. His novel called Cellat (Executioner) was adapted to television with the name Ölümün El Yazısı (Fate of Death), directed by Feyzi Tuna.

WORKS (Novel):

Havyar Operasyonu; Bir Suikastın Anatomisi (Caviar Operation: Anatomy of a Assassination, 1995), Kurt Sığınağı (Wolf Shelter, 1995), Sır Duvarları (Secret Walls, 1995), Sorguç (Crest, 1996), Cellat (Executioner, 1997), Mavi Beyaz Rapsodi (Blue and White Rhapsody, 1997), Lenin’in Mangası (Lenin’s Squad, 1998), Çöl Akrebi (Desert Scorpion, 1998), Yanık Yüz (Burnt Face, 1999), Şeytanın Maskesi (Mask of Evil, 1999), Karanlıkta Fısıltılar (Whispers in the Dark, 1999), Kuşkunun Ötesi (The Other Side of Suspicion, 1999), Evrim (Evolution, 1999), Londra-Moskova Hattı (The London-Moscow Line, 2000), Bir Aşk Masalı (A Love Story, 2000), Nemrut’un Gazabı (Wrath of Nemrut, 2000), Ay Işığı (Moonlight, 2000), Yazar ve Aşkı (The Writer and His Love, 2001), Miras (Inheritance, 2001), Güvercin Kayalıkları (Rocky Places of a Pigeon, 2001), At Kuyruklu Adam (A Man with a Ponytail, 2001), Odak Noktası (Focal Point, 2001), Bıçak Sırtı (Blade, 2002), Terörün Gölgesinde (In the Shadow of Terror, 2002), Taş Plak (Stone Disc, 2002).