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Gallic Noir: Volume 2

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532 pages7 hours

Summary

Garnier’s crime novels add significantly to the latest renaissance for this type of dark narrative.’ Publishers Weekly Volume 2 includes The Front Seat Passenger, in which Fabien discovers his wife died in a car accident alongside her lover, and decides to track down that man's widow; Moon in a Dead Eye, in which the paranoia of the residents of a gated retirement village in the south of France spins out of control; The Islanders, whose protagonist Olivier finds himself thrown back together with a childhood friend with whom he shares a dark secret; and Boxes, which tells the story of troubled children's author Brice, ‘the sole survivor of the natural disaster that at one time or another strikes us all, known as "moving house"’.

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