Bones in the Well An odd crime was committed in Agen on st October A young gypsy was killed in atrocious conditions but her body was never found years later the main suspect has been found horribly mutilated

  • Title: Bones in the Well
  • Author: Francis Laveaux
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An odd crime was committed in Agen on 1st October 1993 A young gypsy was killed in atrocious conditions but her body was never found 20 years later, the main suspect has been found horribly mutilated along the Gave de Pau On January 1, 2014, bones have been discovered in the well belonging to Patrick Flanaghan in a small village in Central Brittany The Lorient JudiciAn odd crime was committed in Agen on 1st October 1993 A young gypsy was killed in atrocious conditions but her body was never found 20 years later, the main suspect has been found horribly mutilated along the Gave de Pau On January 1, 2014, bones have been discovered in the well belonging to Patrick Flanaghan in a small village in Central Brittany The Lorient Judicial Police suspects Flanaghan, an Irishman first married to an etarra and former IRA activist to be the criminal In addition, Flanaghan s wife, Djamila Larbi, a Moroccan national had her brother, a jihadist, killed by the Moroccan police in the 90s All these elements come together for an exciting and amazing thriller which takes place in the south western France and southern Brittany

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    1. I really enjoyed this book, which is rather short. I did wish I had read it in the original French (I presume it started life in French) but the translation is good. The atmosphere reminds me of an old Simenone dark side of the French countrysidebut with more up-to-date, multicultural characters, no Cote d'Azur jet-setting here. The story is told from several, different points of view, very sparingly (which I intend as a compliment). It almost seems to turn into a psychological thriller, and the [...]

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