Emile Gaboriau

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Noun1.Emile Gaboriau - French writer considered by some to be a founder of the detective novel (1832-1873)
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In 1866, the French writer Emile Gaboriau created Monsieur Lecoq, based on the real-life Francois Vidocq.
Crime writing, wrote reviewer Bob Cornwell, "has always been enriched by the contribution of non-English language authors in translation," mentioning such writers as Emile Gaboriau, Gaston Leroux, Georges Simenon, Maj Sjowall, and Per Wahloo.