Inspired by the terror evoked by Claude Chabrol's Le Boucher, Rose Tremain's suspenseful new novel, Trespass, is a tale of betrayal and revenge set in the wilds of the Cevennes in Southern France, where family resentments and cultures collide. It centres on events set in motion by an English antique dealer's attempt to make a new life for himself in an inward looking community where transgressions remain hidden. Is Trespass, featuring the breaking of taboos and violent crime, a new departure for one of our most distinguished novelists? Rose Tremain won the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction for her novel The Road Home. (DeadGoodBooks)
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