The enigmatic Séraphin Monge, having avenged the grisly massacre of his family, has disappeared. His brief sojourn in the village of his birth has touched the lives of its inhabitants, and he is mourned by the women who claim to have been in love with him. But is Séraphin dead or alive? Did he in fact perish in an avalanche? If so, how to explain the ghostly sightings of him and the miraculous events for which he is seemingly responsible?
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In the self-contained sequel to The Murdered House, Seraphin Monge, having avenged the horrific murder of his family, has vanished as abruptly as he appeared. But how to explain the ghostly visions and declared sightings of him?About the Author:
Pierre Magnan was born in Manosque in 1922 and has rarely left his native Provence. In 1943, during the Occupation, he fought with the Maquis in the Is-re, and in 1946 he published his first novel, L'Aube insolite. The Murdered House was published by Harvill in 1999.
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Book Description Random House UK, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0099449692