Anna Heymes, the wife of a senior government official, is suffering from amnesia and terrifying hallucinations. In Paris 10th arrondissement - the Turkish district - two police officers are trying to solve the mystery of the atrocious torture and subsequent killing of three clandestine Turkish women workers. As they investigate they discover that the "Grey Wolves", a ruthless group of far-right Turkish mafia members, might be responsible for these murders. Simultaneously, Anna finds out that she had highly complicated facial surgery and looks nothing like she did before. The link between her and the three victims becomes increasingly obvious and her past is revealed. She has no choice but to face an astonishing and horrible truth.
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Jean-Christophe Grange was born in 1961. He was a journalist before he set up his own press agency. His second novel, Blood-Red Rivers, has been made into a successful film - with the title The Crimson Rivers - directed by Mathieu Kassovitz. The Empire of the Wolves is Grange's fourth novel. All of his novels are sold to film, and he is a film scholar himself.
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Book Description Ecco, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0060573651
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