Article 353

Tanguy Viel (Author) William Rodarmor (Translator)
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Product Details

Price
$15.99
Publisher
Other Press (NY)
Publish Date
March 12, 2019
Pages
160
Dimensions
5.2 X 0.6 X 7.9 inches | 0.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781590519332
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About the Author

Tanguy Viel was born in Brest in 1973. He is the author of several novels, including Le Black Note, Cinéma, The Absolute Perfection of Crime (winner of the Prix Fénéon and the Prix littéraire de la vocation), Beyond Suspicion, Paris-Brest, La Disparition de Jim Sullivan, and, most recently, Article 353 (winner of the Grand prix RTL-Lire and the Prix François Mauriac). He lives near Orléans, France.

William Rodarmor is a former journalist who has translated some forty-five books and screenplays in genres from literary fiction to espionage and fantasy. In 2017 he won the Northern California Book Award for fiction translation for The Slow Waltz of Turtles, by Katherine Pancol. He lives in Berkeley, California.

Reviews

"Sharp and memorable...a dark fable that reads like one of Georges Simenon's "romans durs" or psychological novels, which winningly fuse together lean prose, queasy atmospherics, raw emotion and moral conundrums...[Viel] satisfies with a potent concoction of mystery, complexity and tightly coiled tension." --Minneapolis Star Tribune

"Mesmerizing and powerful...a biting social drama, a gripping psychological thriller and an incisive morality tale...elegantly written, there is a beautiful simplicity of style that makes this so readable you will probably want to devour it in one sitting." --NB

"[A] beguiling noir...Arresting metaphors enliven the spare prose...Viel should win new American fans with this elegant effort." --Publishers Weekly

"Fresh and absorbing...grippingly told." --Library Journal

"A surgically slim masterpiece...everything crime fiction used to be and ought to be...a brilliant story." --The Durango Telegraph

"A spare and lyrical tale of revenge and injustice." --CrimeReads, 14 Crime Novels to Read This Month

"[Article 353] reads effortlessly and grippingly...an exceptionally well-written novel that completely and easily sucks the reader in." --The Complete Review

"A subtle interrogation of the ways justice is conceived of and delivered." --Ploughshares