La Ligne Noire by Jean Christophe Grange

Updated: Jun 23

Birth: July 15, 1961, Boulogne-Billancourt, France


La Ligne Noire by Jean-Christophe Grange - 2009

French writer Jean-Christophe Grangé was born in Paris in 1961. He worked as a freelance journalist for various news agencies and newspapers. Also prepared trip-adventure interviews for "Paris-Match" and scientific interviews for "Figaro Magazine".


If we come to the main subject, he has written dozens of world-famous novels such as Blood-Red Rivers, La Ligne noire, Miserere, Congo Requiem, Le Passager and still continues his career in the world of literature.



The first 100 pages was so still and boring, but I couldn't leave the book without finishing it, because it starts with a different issue and the issue makes you feel curious.


That's why I read this book and I'm not regretful. If you think like me when you first start reading, I would like to say that the main subject starts from the hundredth page.


Also if you are interested in love, suspense, blood, murders, serial killers, trips around the world and of course detective novels; I recommend "La Ligne Noire" to you.



“Crime is a career, whether you are a practitioner or an investigator, and it requires intuition and patience.” /Jean-Christophe Grangé
“It's sad but it's true how society says her life is alredy over. There's nothing to do and there's nothing to say..” /Jean Christophe Grangé
“What sort of men?” “They don’t believe in God, but they have just as much faith in humanity as we do.” /Jean-Christophe Grangé


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