Boxes by Pascal GarnierBoxes by Pascal Garnier

Boxes

byPascal GarnierTranslated byMelanie Florence

Paperback | October 23, 2015

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Brice and Emma had bought their new home together.Then Emma disappeared. Now, he awaits her return. He gradually comes to know his new neighbors including Blanche, an enigmatic woman in white, who has lived alone since the death of her father, to whom Brice bears a curious resemblance . . .
Pascal Garnier: Pascal Garnier is a leading figure in contemporary French literature, in the tradition of Georges Simenon. He lived in a small village in the Ardeche devoting himself to writing and painting. Garnier died in March 2010.
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Title:BoxesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.52 inPublished:October 23, 2015Publisher:Gallic BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910477044

ISBN - 13:9781910477045

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'Masterly' John Banville''A small but perfectly formed piece of darkest noir fiction told in spare, mordant prose ? Recounted with disconcerting matter-of-factness, this marvellously unpredictable story is surreal and horrific in equal measure.'The Guardian'A dark, richly odd and disconcerting world ? devastating and brilliant'Sunday Times'Exquisite noir'Publishers Weekly'It's clever and razor-sharp writing and plotting, with deceptive calm and innocence and naivete, and then shocking, sudden horror. No question, Garnier was a master of his art, and a wonderful-terrible art it was.' M.A. Orthofer,The Complete Review