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Anna Heymes fears she is losing her mind. The wife of a top-ranking Parisian official, she suffers from amnesia and terrifying hallucinations -- a living nightmare made more horrifying when psychiatric testing reveals that Anna has undergone drastic cosmetic surgery . . . though she cannot recall when or why.
In the tenth arrondissement of Paris, a rookie police inspector and a seasoned veteran called out of retirement investigate the horrific murders of three anonymous young women -- illegal Turkish aliens who could not have deserved such a brutal, inhuman death.
From the murky night streets of clandestine Paris to the teeming fleshpot of Istanbul, two bizarre and terrible stories will become one -- as prey and predator, manipulated and manipulator come together in a storm of blood and fury . . . in the hideous shadow of the wolf.
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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.About the Author:
Jean-Christophe Grange was born in Paris in 1961. Now an independent international reporter, he worked with magazines all over the world, as well as with various press agencies, before setting up his own news agency. Blood-Red Rivers, his second novel, became a huge bestseller in France and has since been made into a film, The Crimson Rivers, directed by Mathieu Kassovitz and starring Jean Reno and Vincent Cassel.
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