Traumatised by events in 1945, Yolande hasn't left her home since. And life has not been kinder to Bernard, her brother, who is now in the final months of a terminal illness.
Realizing that he has so little time left, Bernard's gloom suddenly lifts. With no longer anything to lose, he becomes reckless - and murderous...
If you like your new noir steeped in existential philosophy and deeply deeply deeply disturbing than Pascal Garnier is your man. He is erudite and savage in equal measure. I started with The Islanders and then become obsessed I have now listen to all of his books, & now my sleep is permanently disturbed.