Laurent Malot started writing novels, plays, and scripts because he dreamed of working with Steven Spielberg. He is the author of stories for radio and a well-received first novel published by Robert Laffont, De la part d’Hannah.
A skillful political thriller where private lies and state secrets become entangled
Lieutenant Gange is raising his six-year-old daughter on his own in a mountain village in the Jura. His wife left a few months ago without saying why and they haven’t heard from her since.
When two murders occur in the same week in this remote community where «nothing ever happens», Gange becomes embroiled in an explosive investigation. Little by little, all...