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Confession
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Montanari, Richard

Confession / Richard Montanari ; traduit de l'anglais (États-Unis) par Fabrice Pointeau

Paris : Le cherche midi, 2018

Résumé: Le grand retour du Maître du thriller " Vous êtes entre les mains d'un maître. Préparez-vous à rester éveillé toute la nuit. " James Ellroy Lorsqu'on est flic trop longtemps dans la même ville, toutes les rues mènent à des souvenirs que l'on préférerait oublier. Chaque nouveau meurtre vous en rappelle un autre. L'obsession n'est jamais loin. Pour Kevin Byrne, inspecteur des homicides à Philadelphie, le traumatisme originel a eu lieu en 1976. Encore adolescent dans le quartier défavorisé de Devil's Pocket, il a été impliqué de près dans un meurtre jamais résolu. La fin de l'innocence pour Byrne. Quarante ans plus tard, une affaire de meurtres en série le ramène à Devil's Pocket, à ses amis d'alors, à ce passé qu'il a essayé, en vain, d'oublier. Bientôt, le voile va se lever sur des secrets, des mensonges et une vérité qu'il aurait peut-être mieux valu ne jamais connaître. À la façon de Dennis Lehane, Richard Montanari dépasse une nouvelle fois toutes les limites du genre pour sonder en profondeur les zones d'ombre de l'âme humaine

Le vol des cigognes
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Grangé, Jean-Christophe

Le vol des cigognes : roman / Jean-Christophe Grangé

Paris : Albin Michel, copyr. 2013

Spécial suspense

Résumé: Chaque année, elles repartent pour leur fabuleuse migration jusqu'en Afrique. Cette année, elles ne reviendront pas... Cadavres mutilés, tueurs surgis du néant... Le jeu de piste qui aurait dû conduire Louis Antioche sur les traces des cigognes disparues tourne vite au jeu de massacre. Des camps tsiganes bulgares à l'enfer vert du Centrafrique en passant par les kibboutz chauffés à blanc des territoires occupés, sa course-poursuite l'entraîne jusqu'à Calcutta. Au coeur des ténèbres. Imagination débridée, construction impeccable, écriture d'une redoutable efficacité aussi bien dans la violence que dans la psychologie et le suspense : toutes les qualités de Jean-Christophe Grangé, qui l'ont porté au premier rang des auteurs de thrillers et ont fait de ses Rivières pourpres un immense succès mondial, se trouvent déjà dans ce premier roman. Un voyage au bout de la peur.

Meltdown
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McNab, Andy - Rigby, Robert

Meltdown / Andy McNab and Robert Rigby

New York : Doubleday, 2007

Résumé: Having proved his grandfather Fergus? innocence, Danny Watts and his friend Elena have now been recruited by the British government for a dangerous assignment. Elena must impersonate a would-be suicide bomber to win the confidence of Black Star, the master computer hacker who is behind the rash of teenage bombings that have swept the globe. When Black Star sends Elena to New York, Danny and Fergus come along to keep an eye on her. But Fergus knows that once this mission is over, the government will have them all eliminated. As Elena begins to fall under Black Star?s spell, it will take all of Danny?s survival training to find a way out. Having scored smash bestsellers in Britain with Traitor and Payback, the adventure continues in Avenger with all the authentic Special Ops details that made the previous books stand out.

Avenger
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McNab, Andy - Rigby, Robert

Avenger / Andy McNab and Robert Rigby

New York : Doubleday, 2006

Résumé: Having proved his grandfather Fergus? innocence, Danny Watts and his friend Elena have now been recruited by the British government for a dangerous assignment. Elena must impersonate a would-be suicide bomber to win the confidence of Black Star, the master computer hacker who is behind the rash of teenage bombings that have swept the globe. When Black Star sends Elena to New York, Danny and Fergus come along to keep an eye on her. But Fergus knows that once this mission is over, the government will have them all eliminated. As Elena begins to fall under Black Star?s spell, it will take all of Danny?s survival training to find a way out. Having scored smash bestsellers in Britain with Traitor and Payback, the adventure continues in Avenger with all the authentic Special Ops details that made the previous books stand out.

Boy soldier
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McNab, Andy - Rigby, Robert

Boy soldier / Andy McNab and Robert Rigby

London : Corgi Books, 2006

Résumé: Danny Watts's grandfather, Fergus, was a traitor. One of the worst sort. An SAS explosives expert who betrayed his country and his regiment for money. Drug money. He was arrested and left to rot and die in a Columbian jail. At least, that's what seventeen year-old Danny is told when his hopes of becoming a soldier are destroyed for ever. But he knows something the army doesn't seem to know. Fergus Watts is alive and in the UK, living in secret under an assumed name - but where? Fergus is Danny's only living relative. Burning with fury and desire for revenge, Danny sets out to track down his grandfather and expose him. In doing so he sets in train an explosive sequence of events which throw Danny and Fergus together on the run from the people who want Fergus, and now Danny, dead. Packed with breathtaking action, SAS procedures, surveillance and survival techniques, this is a fast-moving, action-packed thriller for teenagers. There will be several books in the BOY SOLDIER sequence. TV rights have been sold to Zenith, makers of Inspector Morse, Hamish McBeth and Byker Grove.

Payback
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McNab, Andy - Rigby, Robert

Payback / Andy McNab and Robert Rigby

London : Corgi Books, 2005

Résumé: A series of high-profile suicide bombings are devastating London and frustrating British Intelligence. But that doesn’t matter to seventeen-year-old Danny Watts and his former SAS hero grandfather, Fergus, who are living undercover in southern Spain, knowing that the slightest slip could expose their whereabouts to the ruthless killers on their trail. All too soon, Danny and Fergus have their cover blown and are on the run again, with their enemies closing in fast. Suddenly, Danny and Fergus are forced to return to London and clear the family name. But once back in the UK, it appears that Danny is somehow connected to the bombings, and now they both must struggle to bring the truth to light before it’s too late for payback.