Gallic Noir: Boxes, The Front Seat Passenger, The Islanders, Moon in a Dead Eye
Written over a 15-year period from the mid '90s, Garnier's short novels weave a profound and darkly comic tapestry of human experience.Volume 2 includes Boxes, which tells the story of Brice, `the sole survivor of the natural disaster that at one time or another strikes us all, known as `moving house''; The Front Seat Passenger, in which a widower discovers his wife had a lover and decides to track down his widow; The Islanders, whose protagonist Olivier finds himself thrown back together with a childhood friend with whom he shares a dark secret; and Moon in a Dead Eye, in which the paranoia of the residents of a gated retirement village spins out of control.
27 March 2018
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