By Olivier Pauvert; Adriana Hunter (Translator)
Counterpoint LLC, Paperback, 9781582434476, 256pp.

Publication Date: December 2008

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France, in the future. A man finds himself wandering the streets of Paris, haunted by a vision of an unknown woman's bloody corpse. He is tormented by her grisly deathand by the terrifying thought, Could I be her murderer? Horror-struck and dazed, he makes his way home, where his wife recoils from him and his friends deride him, hostile and pitiless. Perhaps most shocking of all: when he looks in the mirror, he sees nothing. What follows is a dystopian story of electrifying suspense as the hero chases after the truththe truth of who he is, of what he has done, and of what has happened to the world around him. Meanwhile, the secret police are after him, and he finds unlikely refuge with the Noir, a secret and highly elusive group wanted by the French National Party. In the spirit of Orwell’s prophetic 1984, Noir brings a fascist France to life in this thriller about politics and morality.

About the Author
Olivier Pauvert is a pharmacist in southwestern France. Noir is his first novel.

New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Canadian author Adriana Hunter writes contemporary and paranormal romance stories that feature irresistibly powerful alpha heroes and beautifully curvy heroines. Connect with Adriana on her website at http: // and subscribe to her official newsletter at http: //
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