Open-air childhood injuries, the new novel by Marie Sizun

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Thirteen books, mostly novels. Marie Sizun was already 65 when the first appeared, in 2005, The father of the little one, who spoke forcefully of a little girl living alone with her whimsical mother, and whose existence will be turned upside down by the return of her father, a prisoner of war hitherto unknown to his daughter, immediately perceived as an intruder.

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