A Sun for the Dying

A Sun for the Dying

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Synopsis

Rico has been banished to society's margins; he has neither a roof over his head nor a steady income on which to depend. When a friend and fellow clochard dies of exposure after a night spent in the Paris metro, Rico decides to flee the northern cold for his beloved south, for Marseilles and the Mediterranean. From the celebrated author of the Marseilles Trilogy, this is both an affecting on-the-road novel and a tender exploration of love's power both to heal and to destroy.

"Izzo not only has a keen eye for detail . . . but also digs deep into what makes men weep."-Time Out New York

"Our last true romantic, Jean-Claude Izzo transmits warmth to his readers, as if granting them a mouthful of pure love. A Sun for the Dying is beautiful, like a black sun, tragic and desperate."-Le Point (France)

"Just as Raymond Chandler and James Ellroy made Los Angeles their very own, so Mr. Izzo has made Marseilles so much more than just another geographical setting."-The Economist

Book information

ISBN: 9781933372594
Publisher: Europa Editions (UK) Ltd.
Imprint: World Noir
Pub date:
DEWEY: 843.914
DEWEY edition: 22
Language: English
Number of pages: 221
Weight: 231g
Height: 21mm
Width: 135mm
Spine width: 17mm