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Mécaniques du chaos : roman

Author: Daniel Rondeau
Publisher: Paris : Bernard Grasset, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : FrenchView all editions and formats
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It all begins with a Somali teenager, Habiba, who survived a shipwreck on the Maltese coast. She will be with Grimaud, a French archaeologist residing in Tunisia, and Harry, a young orphan from a suburb of Paris, one of the three red threads of this fresco that takes us to Somalia, Ethiopia, Turkey, Iraq, Libya , in Algeria, Egypt and especially in France. In Paris, in the secret of services, Bruno tries to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: French fiction
Novels
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Rondeau
ISBN: 9782246688310 2246688310
OCLC Number: 1001305076
Description: 457 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Daniel Rondeau.

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It all begins with a Somali teenager, Habiba, who survived a shipwreck on the Maltese coast. She will be with Grimaud, a French archaeologist residing in Tunisia, and Harry, a young orphan from a suburb of Paris, one of the three red threads of this fresco that takes us to Somalia, Ethiopia, Turkey, Iraq, Libya , in Algeria, Egypt and especially in France. In Paris, in the secret of services, Bruno tries to infiltrate the terrorist networks. In Libya, Grimaud pretends to engage in a traffic of arts that will take him to London. Five kilometers from Paris, pacing one of our cities, Harry listens, looks, records, and reports only to "Patron M'Bilal," the man who rules over all trafficking. At Kobane, in the burning desert which borders Syria, Levent, on a mission for Turkish secret services, meets a high dignitary of the Islamic State. Objective: France From the streets of Istanbul to the ruins of an ancient city plundered by Islamists, from Tunis to the French suburbs deserted by the Republic, Daniel Rondeau ties and unravels the skein of contemporary chaos where business, politics, interpenetrate.--Summary by Babelio.

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