François-Henri Soulié is a multi-faceted theater man: writer, comedian, puppeteer, set designer, director and screenwriter. He received the Prize of the first novel of Beaune Festival for his book Il n’y as pas de passé simple (There isn’t simple past) at Le Masque editions in 2016.
Autobiography for Quais du Polar
A clean criminal record, at my age, means that I have not fully expressed myself. To rectify this shortcoming and kill the maximum number of people in the minimum time, without taking too many risks, there is one solution … the thriller!
: Zigzags, Paul Andréota
: Usual suspects, Bryan Singer
Noir author: Léo Malet
: “a nightingale song”. It’s music, isn’t it?