samedi 24 avril 2010

Captifs de Inger Ash Wolfe

Après le Guérisseur, Inger Ash Wolfe sera de retour le 09 septembre prochain chez Fleuve Noir, avec la suite des enquêtes de l'inspectrice Hazel Micallef. Le roman sera traduit par Jean-Pierre Roblain.

Quand des personnages de fiction deviennent des victimes de chair et de sang...

En attendant d'avoir un résumé et une couverture en français, voici ce que Captifs (The Taken en VO) vous réservera :

Detective Inspector Hazel Micallef is having a bad year. After major back surgery, she has no real option but to move into her ex-husband’s basement and suffer the humiliation of his new wife bringing her meals down on a tray. As if that weren’t enough, Hazel’s octogenarian mother secretly flushes Hazel’s stash of painkillers down the toilet.
It’s almost a relief when Hazel gets a call about a body fished up by tourists in one of the lakes near Port Dundas. But what raises the hair on the back of Micallef ’s neck is that the local paper has just published the first installment of a serialized story featuring such a scenario. Even before they head out to the lake with divers to recover the body, she and DC James Wingate, leading the police detachment in Micallef ’s absence, know they are being played. But it’s not clear who is pulling their strings and why, nor is what they find at the lake at all what they expected. It’s Micallef herself who is snared, caught up in a cryptic game devised by someone who knows how to taunt her into opening a cold case, someone who knows that nothing will stop her investigation.
The second novel featuring Hazel Micallef, “a compelling, unlikely hero” (Entertainment Weekly), is a stunning and suspenseful exploration of the obsessive far reaches of love, confirming Inger Ash Wolfe as one of the best mystery writers today.

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Frédéric Fontès

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