This mystery by a young Swiss writer is nothing less than an international literary sensation. Within months, the novel, set in rural New Hampshire, won three French book awards and pushed 50 Shades of Gray from its number one campsite on European bestseller lists. The novel (the title of which translates roughly as The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair) introduces us to Marcus Goldman a youthful novelist/amateur sleuth who works overtime to clear his author mentor of a homicide that he didn't commit. Complicating his task is a troubling time element: The corpse, or more precisely the remains, of the young girl victim are not uncovered until more than three decades after the murder. This fiction still awaits U.S. English publication, giving Spanish language readers a head start on a probable bestseller. Editor's recommendation. Now published as trade paperback and NOOK Book original.