Jiří Šulc

Jiří Šulc in 2011 Jiří Šulc (born 1969) is a Czech writer.

After graduating from the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague, he worked for the Security Information Service for fifteen years. Later he worked for the European Commission in Brussels. He currently works at the European GNSS Agency in Prague.

He won the ''Book Club Literary Prize'' in 2007 for his literary debut written on the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, the novel ''Dva proti Říši'' (literally ''Two Men Against the Empire'').

He wrote his first two novels in English, translating them to Czech after not finding a publisher for them. Provided by Wikipedia
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