Inspector Sebag is a policeman in the South of France with an unparalleled sixth sense, who excels at slipping into the skin of killers and hunting them down. However, when a retired French Algerian cop is discovered in his apartment with the symbol OAS left near his body and few indications who kiled him or why, Sebag's skills are put to the test. Days later, when a controversial monument is destroyed and another French Algerian is shot down, Sebag begins to put the pieces together. Bringing to light the horrors, hopes, and treasons committed during the war in Algeria fifteen years ago, in this sequel to Georget's Summertime, All the Cats Are Bored, Lieutenant Gilles Sebag discovers more than just a killer, but an entire secret history that not everyone wants revealed.
|Publisher:||Europa Editions, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.30(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.40(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Philippe Georget was born in Epinay-sur-Seine in 1962. He works as a TV news anchorman for France-3. A passionate traveler, in 2001 he drove the entire length of the Mediterranean shoreline in an RV with his wide and three children. He lives in Perpignan. Summertime All the Cats are Bored, his debut novel, won the SNCF Crime Fiction Prize and the City of Lens First Crime Novel Prize.
What People are Saying About This
Praise for Summertime, All the Cats Are Bored
“Exquisite Gallic ennui wafts through Georget’s first novel…Sebag’s patient unraveling of both this tortuous case and his own malaise produces a crime novel très formidable.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“A superior beach read for fans of international crime.”—Booklist
The plot is intricate and tense, but the deepest pleasure of reading this fantastic French ticking-clock thriller lies in the author’s glorious evocation of his native Perpignan.”—The Daily Mail
“Georget is really good stuff.”—Open Letters Monthly
International praise for Autumn, All the Cats Return
“The subtlety, the imaginative style, the brilliant dialogues, and the extremely strong subject make Autumn, All the Cats Return a crime novel not to miss.” –Black Novel
“Well structured, solidly documented, written with verve, Autumn, All the Cats Return has everything needed to satisfy even the most demanding of readers.” –UnPolar.com