The Crowded Grave (Martin Walker)

Unaccustomed hustle in Saint-Denis and Bruno right at the heart of it: Organizing a memorial service for a Brigadier who had lost his life in the fight against ETA, preparations for a French-Spanish summit, a damaged fence on a goose-farm together with leaflets mobilizing against a National Specialty, and a dead body on the area of an archaeological excavation, having died much more recent as expected. Bruno has hands full of work and the most urging question is if there is a connection between the events or everything could be considered as an incredible coincidence.

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