by Thierry Jonquet

Le passé n'oublie rien. Il y aura toujours un ancien pour se souvenir. Une femme pour témoigner. Un enfant qui racontera. Dix ans après les faits, en France, dans les années quatre-vingt, le seul homme à « savoir » voit ressurgir le risque que la vérité n'éclate. Cette vérité concerne le Parti. Elle vise le leader, l'homme charismatique à la jeunesse méconnue. Quels furent ses positions et ses actes dans les années de guerre avant qu'il ne milite ? Comment faire taire l'inacceptable alors qu'un corbeau semble à nouveau déterminé à rouvrir les plaies oe

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