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==Awards==
 
==Awards==
 
*1974: [[Grand Prix de Littérature Policière]] - French Prize
 
*1974: [[Grand Prix de Littérature Policière]] - French Prize
*2003: [[Prix Saint-Michel]] - Best story
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*2003: Prix Saint-Michel - Best story
 
*2010: Grand Prix Saint-Michel<ref name=Duchateau2010>{{cite news |authorlink=Belga (news agency) |author=Belga |title=Scenarist Rik Ringers wint hoofdprijs Brussel stripfestival |url=http://www.nieuwsblad.be/article/detail.aspx?articleid=DMF20100910_123 |publisher=Het Nieuwsblad |date=14 September 2010 |accessdate=2010-09-14 |language=Dutch}}</ref>
 
*2010: Grand Prix Saint-Michel<ref name=Duchateau2010>{{cite news |authorlink=Belga (news agency) |author=Belga |title=Scenarist Rik Ringers wint hoofdprijs Brussel stripfestival |url=http://www.nieuwsblad.be/article/detail.aspx?articleid=DMF20100910_123 |publisher=Het Nieuwsblad |date=14 September 2010 |accessdate=2010-09-14 |language=Dutch}}</ref>
   

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André-Paul Duchâteau
Born 8 May 1925 (1925-05-08) (age 95)
Tournai, Belgium
Nationality Belgian
Occupation comics writer, mystery novelist

André-Paul Duchâteau (born 8 May 1925) is a Belgian comics writer and mystery novelist. He worked with Tibet on Ric Hochet. He has also written under the pseudonym Michel Vasseur.

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