Chronique du crime et de l'innocence, tome 3/8 by J.-B.-J. Champagnac

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Genres: FR Chroniques
Language: french
Type: Digital

Chronicle of Crime and Innocence, Volume 3/8 is a collection of tragic events by J.-B.-J. Champagnac. It is part of a larger work called Chronicle of Crime and Innocence, which is a series of novels that tell the stories of criminals and victims of crime.

Volume 3/8 includes the following stories:

  • The Murder of the Count of Forcalquier: This story tells the tale of a count who is murdered by his own son. The son is eventually caught and brought to justice.
  • The Poisoner: This story is about a woman who poisons her husband. She is eventually discovered and executed.
  • The Bandit: This story tells the story of a bandit who terrorizes a village. He is eventually killed by the villagers.
  • The Child Slayer: This story is about a man who murders several children. He is eventually caught and executed.

These are just a few of the many tragic stories that are told in Chronicle of Crime and Innocence, Volume 3/8. The book is a fascinating look at the dark side of human nature.

It is important to note that this book is a work of fiction. The stories are not based on real events. However, they do provide a valuable insight into the history of crime and punishment.

The book is written in French. It has been translated into English, but the translation is not widely available.

If you are interested in reading Chronicle of Crime and Innocence, Volume 3/8, I recommend that you try to find a copy of the French edition. The English translation is not as good, and it may be difficult to find.


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