Rosine, an ordinary criminal, Sandrine Cohen
One day, Rosine Delsaux, a woman, a mother, a perfect friend, kills her two daughters. She drowns them. She has no idea what happened or how she was capable of doing this. She feels guilty, calls herself a monster. Nobody would kill their own daughters like she did. There must something in Rosine’s life that made this crime “possible”. With Rosine’s help, a personality investigator called Clélia is going to look for answers.
Vying for :
- first novel award Dora-Suarez-le-Blog, 2021
- best french black novel, Cognac festival 2021
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