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  • Trouver l'enfant

    Rene Denfeld

    Madison Culver a disparu alors que ses parents choisissaient un arbre de Noël dans la forêt nationale de Skookum, Oregon. Elle aurait aujourd'hui huit ans. Certains qu'elle est encore vivante, les Culver se tournent vers Naomi Cottle. Enquêtrice privée connue de la police comme « la femme qui retrouve les enfants », Naomi est leur dernier espoir. Sa recherche méthodique l'emmène dans les terres sauvages du Nord-Ouest Pacifique, et au coeur de son propre passé. Alors que Naomi suit la piste de l'enfant, les fragments d'un rêve sombre viennent lui rappeler une perte terrible depuis longtemps refoulée. Captivant !

  • Naomi, enquêtrice spécialisée dans la recherche d'enfants disparus, se lance sur les traces de sa propre soeur évanouie il y a fort longtemps. Elle n'a presqu'aucun souvenir de sa cadette. Son enquête la conduit à Portland, en Oregon, où des enfants sans abri errent dans les rues comme des fantômes, en quête d'argent, de nourriture et de camaraderie. Alors que des cadavres de jeunes filles sont retrouvés dans les eaux sales de la rivière, Naomi croise la route d'une gamine de douze ans appelée Celia, dont les seuls alliés sont les papillons qu'elle voit voler autour d'elle, comme des petites lueurs d'espoir irisées qui adoucissent les folies de ce monde.

  • A haunting, richly atmospheric, and deeply suspenseful novel from the acclaimed author of The Enchanted about an investigator who must use her unique insights to find a missing little girl. "Where are you, Madison Culver? Flying with the angels, a silver speck on a wing? Are you dreaming, buried under snow? Or--is it possible--you are still alive?" Three years ago, Madison Culver disappeared when her family was choosing a Christmas tree in Oregon's Skookum National Forest. She would be eight-years-old now--if she has survived. Desperate to find their beloved daughter, certain someone took her, the Culvers turn to Naomi, a private investigator with an uncanny talent for locating the lost and missing. Known to the police and a select group of parents as "the Child Finder," Naomi is their last hope. Naomi's methodical search takes her deep into the icy, mysterious forest in the Pacific Northwest, and into her own fragmented past. She understands children like Madison because once upon a time, she was a lost girl, too. As Naomi relentlessly pursues and slowly uncovers the truth behind Madison's disappearance, shards of a dark dream pierce the defenses that have protected her, reminding her of a terrible loss she feels but cannot remember. If she finds Madison, will Naomi ultimately unlock the secrets of her own life? Told in the alternating voices of Naomi and a deeply imaginative child, The Child Finder is a breathtaking, exquisitely rendered literary page-turner about redemption, the line between reality and memories and dreams, and the human capacity to survive.

  • Naomi Cottle is an investigator who finds missing children. But the one child she has never been able to find is her sister. The two were abducted when they were very young but only Naomi managed to escape. Now, twenty years later, there is at long last a clue that her sister might still be alive. Celia is a street child. Her life is tough and she has seen more things that any child should. But the local librarian turns a blind eye when she goes there almost every day to gaze at her favourite book, where she escapes, through her imagination, into a world of wheeling, colourful butterflies. However someone is watching Celia. Street children have been going missing and the town has been turning a blind eye. It is only when Naomi turns up, looking for her sister, that they find someone who will listen to them. And someone who might give them hope.

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