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Tueur De Portable Sans Mobile Apparent by…

Tueur De Portable Sans Mobile Apparent

by Phil Marso

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C'est un polar humoristique qui décortique le phénomène du téléphone en France. Un tueur invisible s'en prend aux personnes possédant un téléphone portable. Le détective John Wilson Bred se demande : comment en est-on arrivés là ?
  mrenet14 | Nov 27, 2013 |
Ce livre est le premier polar qui analyse le phénomène du téléphone portable. Dans ce livre, l'auteur se demande comment le téléphone portable change nos modes de communication. Il fait également part du sentiment de surveillance pour les détenteurs d'un téléphone portable.
  courtelp | May 2, 2013 |
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