A Quiet Belief in Angels

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Product Details

Price
$24.95  $23.20
Publisher
Harry N. Abrams
Publish Date
Pages
396
Dimensions
6.2 X 1.2 X 9.1 inches | 1.41 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781590202500
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About the Author

R. J. Ellory est né en 1965 en Angleterre. Après avoir connu l'orphelinat et la prison, il devient guitariste dans un groupe de rythm n' blues, avant de se tourner vers la photographie. Un coeur sombre est son septième roman publié en France.

Reviews

"A Quiet Belief In Angels" has been nominated for the Dilys Award, named for Dilys Winn (the founder of Murder Ink) and given out by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association.
""A Quiet Belief in Angels" is a beautiful and haunting book. This is a tour de force from R.J. Ellory." -Michael Connelly
""A Quiet Belief in Angels" is a rich, powerful, evocative novel of great psychological depth." -Jonathan Kellerman
"R.J. Ellory is a uniquely gifted, passionate, and powerful writer, and the quality of his prose-every word, every sentence-lifts "A Quiet Belief in Angels" far above genre." -Alan Furst
"There aren't nearly enough beautifully written novels, that are also great mysteries. Like "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" and" Smila's Sense of Snow," "A Quiet Belief in Angels" is one of them." -James Patterson
"A mesmerizing tale whose intrigue will pull you from one page to the next without pause, casting you into the gloom of dread and the shadow of grief until you reach the climactic end. R.J. Ellory's remarkable talent for probing the unknown establishes him as the master of the genre. The perfect author to read late into the night." -Clive Cussler
"Ellory is English, but his evocation of life in the deep South is richly drawn and deeply detailed. His characters are well- developed, and portions of the books ably mimic great southern writers, allowing readers to savor both the words and the images they offer." -Thomas Gaughan, "Booklist"