Trilogie de L’emprise, I : L’emprise

June 22, 2018

• Title English : Trilogy of the Right of way, I: The right-of-way
• Author : Marc Dugain
• Pages : 368 Sheet
• Publisher : Folio (March 19, 2015)
Collection : Folio
• ISBN-10 : 2070463044
• ISBN-13: 978-2070463046
Product Dimensions : 10,6 x 2 x 17,7 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, Mobipocket, Epub and eBook
• Price : 7,80
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10

♦ Description : “A favorite in the presidential election, the president of a military-industrial group, a director of internal intelligence, a trade unionist disappeared after the murder of his family, a Chinese photographer in vogue … What can do them? to connect? Lorraine, agent of the secret services, is in charge of making the link. From Paris, through Brittany and Ireland, will it succeed? Nothing is less certain. Nine years after Edgar’s curse, Marc Dugain offers us an uncompromising dive into the heart of the French system of politics, industry and spies.”

Author Biography

“Marc Dugain was born in Senegal where his father was cooperating. He returned to France at the age of seven and during his childhood, he accompanied his grandfather to the house of Mussy-le-Vieux, the Mussuli-le-Vieux broken castle, which had welcomed the mutilated soldiers of the First World War. . He then graduated from the Institute of Political Studies in Grenoble and worked in finance before becoming a successful entrepreneur in aeronautics.

Before his first novel, Marc Dugain had never written, except a thousand letters to his childhood friend and quasi-sister, the writer Fred Vargas. At thirty-five, he began a literary career by telling the fate of his maternal grandfather, “broken mouth” of the war of 14-18: it will be “The House of Officers”, published in 1999 and who will know. He will obtain no less than 20 literary prizes including the price of booksellers, the Deux-Magots prize and the Roger-Nimier prize.

Marc Dugain presided over the jury of the 2009 Inter Book. Marc Dugain’s most recent works are to this day more elaborate novels, in modern but varied historical contexts: the life of John FBI troubled headman Edgar Hoover for forty-five years. eight years in “The Curse of Edgar” (2005), or the Soviet wheels and the catastrophe of the submarine Kursk under Vladimir Putin, “An ordinary execution under Stalin” (2007), or “Avenue of the Giants” which tells the fate of American serial killer Edmund Kemper.

He is also a columnist for Les Echos weekend, director and screenwriter. He has made several major investigations including the sinking of the submarine Kursk and the crash of the MH 370.”