Le Chuchoteur: Dieu se tait. Le diable murmure (Suspense Crime) (French Edition)
Cinq petites filles ont disparu.
Cinq petites fosses ont été creusées dans la clairière.
Au fond de chacune, un petit bras, le gauche.
Depuis qu’ils enquêtent sur les rapts des fillettes, le criminologue Goran Gavila et son équipe d’agents spéciaux ont l’impression d’être manipulés. Chaque découverte macabre, chaque indice les mènent à des assassins différents. La découverte d’un sixième bras, dans la clairière, appartenant à une victime inconnue, les convainc d’appeler en renfort Mila Vasquez, experte dans les affaires d’enlèvement. Dans le huis clos d’un appartement spartiate converti en QG, Gavila et ses agents vont échafauder une théorie à laquelle nul ne veut croire : tous les meurtres sont liés, le vrai coupable est ailleurs.
Quand on tue des enfants, Dieu se tait, et le diable murmure…
Un époustouflant thriller littéraire,
inspiré de faits réels.
Retrouvez Le Chuchoteur sur: www.le-chuchoteur-le-livre.fr
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Cinq petites filles ont disparu. Cinq petites fosses ont été creusées dans la clairière. Au fond de chacune, un petit bras, le gauche. Depuis qu’ils enquêtent sur les rapts des fillettes, le criminologue Goran Gavila et son équipe d’agents spéciaux ont l’impression d’être manipulés. Chaque découverte macabre, chaque indice les mènent à des assassins différents. La découverte d’un sixième bras, dans la clairière, appartenant à une victime inconnue, les convainc d’appeler en renfort Mila Vasquez, experte dans les affaires d’enlèvement. Dans le huis clos d’un appartement spartiate converti en QG, Gavila et ses agents vont échafauder une théorie à laquelle nul ne veut croire : tous les meurtres sont liés, le vrai coupable est ailleurs. Quand on tue des enfants, Dieu se tait, et le diable murmure... Un époustouflant thriller littéraire, inspiré de faits réels. Retrouvez Le Chuchoteur sur: www.le-chuchoteur-le-livre.fr Recommandé par 13ème Rue: www.13emerue.fr
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The Secret of Crickley Hall
The Caleighs have had a terrible year... They need time and space, while they await the news they dread. Gabe has brought his wife, Eve, and daughters, Loren and Cally, down to Devon, to the peaceful seaside village of Hollow Bay. He can work and Eve and the kids can have some peace and quiet and perhaps they can try, as a family, to come to terms with what’s happened to them... Crickley Hall is an unusually large house on the outskirts of the village at the bottom of Devil's Cleave, a massive tree-lined gorge - the stuff of local legend. A river flows past the front garden. It's perfect for them... if a bit gloomy. And Chester, their dog, seems really spooked at being away from home. And old houses do make sounds. And it's constantly cold. And even though they shut the cellar door every night, it’s always open again in morning... The Secret of Crickley Hall is James Herbert’s finest novel to date. It explores the darker, more obtuse territories of evil and the supernatural. With brooding menace and rising tension, he masterfully and relentlessly draws the reader through to the ultimate revelation – one that will stay to chill the mind long after the book has been laid aside.
The Winter Ghosts
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How a Gunman Says Goodbye
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