“I keep wondering how long Tana French will be able to keep up the quality of her mesmerizing Dublin detective series, but they just keep getting better! In Broken Harbor, Mick 'Scorcher' Kennedy, the hardline murder detective who made his first appearance in Faithful Place, takes the starring role. A father and his two children are murdered and their mother is in the hospital, gravely injured. What happened in their almost abandoned luxury housing development? Ghosts of both the present and the past haunt the investigation in this atmospheric procedural.”
— Susan Taylor, Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza, Albany, NY
An addictive thriller from"New York Times "bestseller and the acclaimed author of "In the Woods" and "Faithful Place"
Tana French's rise can only be called meteoric. Starting with her award-winning debut, French has scored four consecutive "New York Times "bestsellers and established herself as one of the top names in the genre. "Broken Harbor" is quintessential French a damaged hero, an unspeakable crime, and an intricately plotted mystery nestled in a timely examination of lives shattered by the global economic downturn.
Mick Scorcher Kennedy always brings in the killer. Always. That's why he's landed this high-profile triple homicide. At first, he thinks it's going to be simple, but the murder scene holds terrifying memories for Scorcher. Memories of something that happened there back when he was a boy. Tana French's newest novel, "The Secret Place," will be published by Viking on September 2nd, 2014.
About the Author
Nee aux Etats-Unis et residant en Irlande, Tana French a fait des debutsfracassants en 2007 en raflant tous les prix de la litterature policiere pourson premier roman, La Mort dans les bois. Ses romans suivants, Comme deuxgouttes d eau et Les Lieux infideles, pour lequel elle a recu le prix du meilleurpolar des lecteurs de Points, ont confirme son immense talent. Elle est traduiteen 31 langues et ses livres se sont vendus a 1,5 million d exemplaires.- Encore un triomphe pour French. -The Sunday Times- Aussi brillant que Le Maitre des illusions de Donna Tartt. -The Washington Post