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Patrice Guirao has been living in Tahiti since 1968. It was on this remote island that he wrote his novels, including the Al Dorsey saga—Crois-le ! ; Lyao-ly ; Si tu nous regardes ; Tu vois ; Rien n’est perdu (published by Au vent des îles)—, brought to the screen by France Télévisions in 2017. Lilith Tereïa’s series of investigations: Le bûcher de Moorea and Les disparus de Pukatapu (published by Laffont - La Bête Noire) gives her access to the selection “Les Nouvelles Voix du Polar 2020”. In parallel to his work on the novel “Noir Azur”, whose plots are set in Polynesia, he is also part of the great family of thriller writers. With works such as À la lueur du sang and today #Mainsdeglace, his characters evolve in the heart of an America he knows well from having lived and worked there with musician friends since the 1980s.