Tristan Saule

Héroïne

January 6, 2022
Novel
368 pages
140 × 205 mm
22 €
9782896985852
978-2-8969-8585-2

“Parallèle Noir” collection

																Tristan Saule, Héroïne
																Tristan Saule, Héroïne

One year after the events depicted in Mathilde ne dit rien, Place carrée goes into lockdown. Without means or resources, residents band together or split apart. Among them is Laura, a nurse having an affair with a married woman named Marion. And there’s Tonio, a small-time ecstasy dealer who wants to move up in the local mob. Laura and Tonio don’t know each other, but a kilo of heroin from Belgium is about to change both their lives.

The second installment in the Chroniques de la place carrée, Héroïne is an addictive and unsparing novel of bad decisions and poor choices, where the tension rises, stoked by a relentless parallel edit.

The author

Tristan Saule was born in 1978. He lives in eastern France. He is the author of Mathilde ne dit rien, released in the Parallèle Noir collection by Le Quartanier in 2021 (and by Folio policier in 2022) and part of the initial selection of the Grand Prix de littérature policière.

Tristan Saule is the pseudonym of Grégoire Courtois (Suréquipée, Les lois du ciel, Les agents) for the “Chroniques de la place carrée”, a noir fiction series with independent storylines and recurring characters that will feature a new installment every year.

January 6, 2022
Novel
368 pages
140 × 205 mm
22 €
9782896985852
978-2-8969-8585-2

“Parallèle Noir” collection