Andreas Frangias (b. 1921) was born in Athens. He studied economics, but cut short his studies because of the war and his participation in the Resistance. He worked as a journalist for magazines and newspapers. His novels have been translated into German, Romanian, Russian and French. He was awarded a prize for The Crowd.
- Men and Houses, Athens, 1955
- The Courtyard, Athens: Epitheorisi Technis, 1962
- The Plague, Athens, 1972
- The Crowd, vols. 1-2, Athens: Kedros, 1985-1986
All his novels are now published by Kedros Publishers