Cédric Delsaux is presenting his new book, Zone de Repli, the result of a first-time collaboration with publisher Xavier Barral. He spent three years revisiting a famous, sensational news story: Jean-Claude Romand, a man who pretended to be a doctor and who killed his family in an attempt to keep his secret from being revealed. Let’s take a look at this beautiful and mysterious object that manages to capture on (very fine) paper Romand’s dramatic fall.
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