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Robert Laffont
EAN : 9782221248379
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 672
Size : 140 x 225 mm
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Inspector Sadorski Liberates Paris

Collection : La Bête noire
Release date : 26/08/2021

FALL 2021 EXCITING NEW RELEASE The Liberation as you’ve never read it before. “A complete son of a bitch drives us to feel immense compassion for his victims.” – Pierre Lemaitre, Crime Lover’s Dictionar
Paris, July and August 1944. Inspector Sadorski has just spent eight months in La Santé Prison. The penitentiary directors, in the hands of the French Militia, freed him in exchange for a report on the release by their “security services” of former minister Georges Mandel, taken hostage by the Germans.... Paris, July and August 1944. Inspector Sadorski has just spent eight months in La Santé Prison. The penitentiary directors, in the hands of the French Militia, freed him in exchange for a report on the release by their “security services” of former minister Georges Mandel, taken hostage by the Germans. Right before Sadorski’s eyes, Mandel was killed in Fontainebleau forest by militia chauffeur Mansuy. Was the crime ordered by the Gestapo or the heads of the Militia? Sadorski is put in charge of secretly investigating the matter. On his return to Paris, a new case awaits him: at Place du Louvre, an unknown person was seriously injured by supposed German police officers in civilian clothes who took off in their car. Sadorski gets right on their trail, suspecting they’ve kidnapped a member of the Resistance for a French group collaborating with the Germans. Meanwhile, his investigation into Mandel’s murder leads him to a bar-restaurant managed by the Corsican crook Santolini and frequented by both the Militia and German Gestapo agents. Chance meetings will lead Sadorski to the most terrifying agent in the “French Gestapo,” which has been operating in Paris in these final weeks before the Liberation, and is made up of a band of torturers of diverse nationalities led by a German spy named Friedrich Berger.
 
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EAN : 9782221248379
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 672
Size : 140 x 225 mm
Robert Laffont