By Karim Miské
Kosher sushi, kebab stands, a secondhand book shop, and a bar: the nineteenth arrondissement in Paris has all of the trappings of a worldly melting pot--a position the place multiethnic electorate reside, love, and worship along each other. yet darkish passions are brewing underneath the likely idyllic imaginative and prescient of peacefully coexisting ethnicities.
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A Salafist traveling a Jewish barber . . . certainly now not unparalleled, yet Abdelhaq had by no means been to Sam’s sooner than. Why now? What may well this crossing of paths suggest? As he walks, Ahmed attempts to do away with Abdelhaq’s depressing face. He unearths deliverance in Monsieur Paul’s good points; the right antidote. due to the fact that Laura’s loss of life, the previous Armenian is the one pleasant individual he has left on the earth. A tenuous hyperlink, yet a true one. probably the Armenian represents the “way of dealing with” pointed out by way of Germain? Hadn’t he stated whatever lately approximately supporting him on the bookstore? whatever approximately moving containers that he can not carry? Why no longer? In a flash, Ahmed is panicking, shaking. An irrepressible, absurd notion overwhelms him that Monsieur Paul and Dr. Germain are in cahoots and feature get a hold of this plan to coerce him into getting again to paintings. He pulls himself jointly quick and displays that it truly is in his top pursuits to renew the periods if he's to prevent stewing in his nation of semi-paranoid inertia. He’ll cross and spot the bookseller, yet first he’s bought to inform anyone. Rachel. with no preventing to imagine, he dives right into a cell sales space, armed with the France Télécom card he’d got the night earlier than, and dials. “Hello . . . ” “I didn’t wake you? ” “No, my colleague took care of that 5 mins ago . . . Ahmed . . . To what do I owe the consideration of this morning name? a few information? whatever get back to you? ” “No, no—it’s not anything to do with the research. It’s just . . . ” “Yes? ” “It’s simply i made a decision to return to paintings. and that i don’t be aware of, I simply desired to inform somebody, and the one one who sprung to brain was once you. actually, i needed to name you final evening as i used to be passing the Boeuf-Couronné—I observed you and your colleague in there—but that wasn’t fairly an outstanding sufficient cause. So, there you cross, I simply desired to pay attention your voice, that’s all. ” “So you observed me final evening, and also you desired to name me; you desired to listen the sound of my voice, is that it? Is that no longer a few kind of statement? I suggest, I’m guessing this doesn’t ensue to you regularly, you calling up a lady to inform her this sort of factor? ” “Never. This by no means occurs to me. I’m sorry if I you, yet I don’t recognize, anything came visiting me. I simply needed to name. ” “Don’t be sorry, Ahmed. It’s constantly a mistake to be sorry. It doesn’t hassle me that you just desired to pay attention the sound of my voice. It doesn’t trouble me in any respect. It’s simply that I’m in the midst of investigating a homicide, and also you are—hmm—let’s say . . . type of a key witness during this research. ” “Yes, in fact. good, there you've got it—I simply desired to inform you that I’m resuming psychoanalysis and, simply because it’s going to price me this time round, I’m going to come again to paintings. on the book shop; Monsieur Paul’s. i wanted to listen to myself say it to anyone, out loud you recognize, so it turns into real . . . Does that make experience? ” “Perfect experience. and that i imagine it’s particularly nice, too. The classes and Monsieur Paul, I suggest. hear, i must cross now, yet don’t hesitate to name me back, ok? approximately Monsieur Paul or anything.