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In perhaps his longest novel full of stark, chilling contrasts, Georges Simenon (GS) composed a near-total evil person in the shape of Frank (almost 19), son of brothel keeper... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Alfred J. Kwak
In addition to his world famous Inspector Maigret detective series, Georges Simenon wrote a number of straight novels that he called "romans durs. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Roger Brunyate
The story sheds light on the impulses and desires of a young man living during the Nazi occupation in France. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Levi H. Noir
Have been recommended other books by the author in the past and just couldn't gel with them for some reason. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cphe
Very depressing view of an occupied country during the war. Individual desperation, hunger, fear, and massive corruption are reflected in the story of one very unlikeable... Read morePublished 8 months ago by fred c. ochsner
Under Nazi occupation, children of the Depression, 18 year old Frank, his mother/brothel madam's 16-18 year old girl trainees and his 15 year old neighbor girl with a crush are on... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kathryn Pon
I never quite know if I'm using the term antihero correctly, but I offer Frank Friedmaier for your consideration. Read morePublished 11 months ago by D. Morris
This is a somewhat dark tale, but told in a way that does not repulse you, instead it intrigues you. Gonne read more of his stuff.Published 11 months ago by Frank
A classic, as psychologically profound in its description of alienation as Camus's The Stranger.Published 14 months ago by Sonia Kantor