Who could have imagined Romand as a murderer? He was, after all, a noted doctor at the World Health Organization, a groundbreaking researcher with connections to international humanitarian figures, a financial wizard entrusted with his in-law's life savings, a loving son who called his parents every evening to say good night. If there was a problem, no one knew it. As it turned out, there were many: Romand had no medical degree; he had no job; he knew no influential contacts; he had spent his in-law's money. And when a relative went to break the terrible news of the murder of his wife and children to Romand's parents, they too were dead - murdered by the stranger who had been their son,
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Emmanuel Carrere is one of France's most critically acclaimed authors. His novels include The Moustache and Class Trip, winner of the prestigious Prix Femina. He has also written a biography of Philip K. Dick. A major bestseller in France, The Adversary is being published in eighteen countries. Carrere lives in Paris.
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Book Description Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11074755417X