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- Publisher : Europa Editions (25 August 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 480 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1609456122
- ISBN-13 : 978-1609456122
- Dimensions : 13.34 x 3.18 x 20.32 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 637,841 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Praise for Michel Bussi
"In beautiful language, French author Bussi [...] constructs an engrossing, multilayered tale of family, love, and death."--Booklist on Time is a Killer
"Harlan Coben fans will enjoy Bussi's [...] mystery with its intriguing characters and twisty conclusion."--Library Journal on Time is a Killer
"A well-constructed literary thriller with a strong sense of place and deep understanding of human nature."--Kirkus Reviews on Time is a Killer
"The crime story keeps moving, producing plenty of nifty puzzles, but the number one appeal lies in the revelation of the beauty and geographical secrets of this stunning island that most of us readers haven't heard of until now."--The Toronto Star on Don't Let Go
About the Author
Michel Bussi is a professor of geopolitics and one of France's bestselling authors of the past decade. His novels have been published in 35 different countries. He is also the author of After the Crash (Hachette, 2016, Black Water Lilies (Hachette, 2017), and Time Is a Killer (Europa, 2018).
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I’ve been an admirer of this author’s books.....until this one.
The unique role Jamal had, was not like Denise or Le Medef, the other two witnesses. Jamal became the chief suspect, not only of killing the girl, but also of raping her. The story develops at a pace that leaves the reader little time to catch his breath. The story, though easy to follow, is filled with puzzles at every turn.
Jamal thought the girl had committed suicide, but there was evidence that she was murdered. But how? Jamal saw he fall to her death – she leapt to her death. Various characters, some living, some dead, slowly make their appearances. These include Inspector Piroz who was investigating the girl’s death, and Mona Salinas, a researcher who befriended Jamal when they met at the police station. Were they friends or enemies, or innocents just like Jamal? The reader will not know until he has reached the end of the book – a book that compels the reader to go on reading long into the night.
Jamal, a one legged arab youth witnesses a suicide, or does he? What is the realationship with two murders previously committed in a similar fashion and 3 skeletons found after a landslide?. Is Jamal an innocent witness or a serial killer?
The reader is lead down one path then another but its all nicely tied up at the end
The author creats empathy for Jamal and his predicament and a feeling for small coastal villages of Normandy where the story takes place. An excellent atmospheric thriller