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Jérôme K. Jérôme Bloche tome 2 : Les êtres de papier de Makyo, Le Tendre et Dodier (Dupuis)

Jérôme K. Jérôme Bloche tome 2: Les êtres de papier is an album by Makyo, Le Tendre and Dodier, published by Dupuis.

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    The villa of Baron de Verville, Les Êtres de papier, has all the characteristics of a Cluedo set. Gothic architecture, fin de siècle (19th century) furnishings, secret passages, crazy characters and everything you need to commit the perfect crime in the cupboards. The difference is that next to the occupants of this real castle on the heights of La Rochelle, Colonel Moutarde looks like a frightened ephebe. And compared to the murderous machinations that take place at the Paper Beings, a game of Cluedo has the air of a tea dance at the presbytery. The problem is that the baron has disappeared just after calling Jerome for help. But our detective discovers a castle that’s far from deserted: it’s amazing how many beautiful people are there. The baron’s son and daughter, impatient little boys whose evening prayers include a couplet about the vanity of fortune and the brevity of daddy’s life… Mathilde, the housekeeper obsessed with doors, which she prefers to keep locked, especially when the room is occupied by a decidedly nosy detective. A butler stingy with confidences and an overly talkative gardener complete this lively picture. A picture that is always ready to turn into a still life.

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