L'Inconnue de la Seine

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L'Inconnue de la Seine

L'Inconnue de la Seine

  • Author : Guillaume Musso
  • ISBN Code : 2702183913
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Publisher : Calmann-Lévy
  • Number of Pages : 432
  • Publish Date : 2021-09-21

Par une nuit brumeuse de décembre, une jeune femme est repêchée dans la Seine au niveau du Pont-Neuf. Nue, amnésique, mais vivante. Très agitée, elle est conduite à l’infirmerie de la préfecture de police de Paris... d’où elle s’échappe au bout de quelques heures. Les analyses ADN et les photos révèlent son identité : il s’agit de la célèbre pianiste Milena Bergman. Mais c’est impossible, car Milena est morte dans un crash d’avion, il y a plus d’un an. Raphaël, son ancien fiancé, et Roxane, une flic fragilisée par sa récente mise au placard, se prennent de passion pour cette enquête, bien décidés à éclaircir ce mystère : comment peut-on être à la fois morte et vivante ? "LE MAÎTRE FRANÇAIS DU SUSPENSE" The New York Times, USA "L’UN DES MEILLEURS AUTEURS DE THRILLERS ACTUELS" The Daily Express, UK "LE ROI DU NOIR EUROPÉEN" La Repubblica, Italie "UN PHÉNOMÈNE" El Mundo, Espagne "UN ROMANCIER HORS NORME" France Info "CHEZ MUSSO, L’ÉMOTION A DES ACCENTS MAJEURS" Le Figaro Magazine, France

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