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The mysterious enigmatic S raphin Monge having avenged the horrific murder of his family has vanished as abruptly as he appeared His brief sojourn in the village of his birth has touched the lives of the villagers and he is much mo. Magnan accomplished something wonderful with this book which continues the tale of the surviving central characters from The Murdered House But impressively instead of doing the obvious and cranking out yet another suspense charged murder mystery the genre he was famous for Magnan departs from his usual and instead tells this next chapter in the lives of The Murdered House’s characters as a traditional novel without attempting to artificially heighten the suspense beyond what the plot naturally allows And what a plot it is involving not only Magnan’s usual concerns of sex money and revenge but also unreuited love faith the cruelty and senselessness of war and other such Big Things The delicate brilliance of the second half of the book in which Magnan interweaves the main characters’ personal dramas with the world war raging in their backyards literally is particularly noteworthyAlthough this book is much slower moving than the other Magnan books I’ve read I thought it was undoubtedly the best of them Like his other books its pages ooze the colorful yet ominous charm of Provence But the difference is that in this case his scene setting artistry is being put into the service of a tale so much epic and meaningful than his usual ones which generally revolve around nothing complex than crimes of greed or sexual jealousy Given how petty and shallow the motivations of Magnan’s characters tend to be—a weakness still as evident in this book as in his others—I found it remarkable that in this case I was drawn along not only by the plot but also by a genuine sympathy for the main characters and concern for their fate which was absolutely not the case in his other books that I’ve read This struck me as a significant accomplishment on the author’s part and a testament to the excellence of this book Plus on a simple level it’s just really neat that the author wrote a seuel that continues the lives of its key characters in a completely different genre than the original book in which they were introduced without it seeming at all unnaturalI don’t know when I’ll get around to it but I am already looking forward to re reading both The Murdered House and Beyond the Grave The former is a strange and gruesome book that I would not recommend readily and only to mystery buffs at that but Beyond the Grave is a fantastic book that easily stands on its own outside of the confines of genre

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Urned by the women who claim to have been in love with him But is S raphin dead or alive If so how to explain the ghostly visions and declared sightings of him the powerfully vivid memories or the miraculous events for which he is. Tellement beau tellement bien écrit Au delà d'un mystère c'est une époue et un endroit un peuple ui s'y dessinent ui nous charment Marie et Rose vont me manuer Je les retrouvais avec impatience

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Seemingly responsible Dead if that is what he is S raphin appears to be infinitely present that he was in his lifetime Ranging over half a century this is a self contained seuel to the author's prize winning novel The Murdered Hous. Pierre Magnan wrote a seuel to “The Murdered House” titled “Beyond the Grave” The follow up reveals the lives of the women who loved Seraphin Monge Marie Dormeur and Rose Sepulcre; rivals for a man’s love not reciprocated Seraphin left the village of Peyruis and moved to the Barcelonnette Valley in France near the Alps There Seraphin becomes a tree cutter He has no interest in the outside world friends or a familyDistraught over the missing Seraphin Marie threatens to become a nun Riding her bike and sometimes her parents’ bakery truck from her home in Lurs Marie searches nearby hamlets for the whereabouts of Seraphin MongeA disheartened Rose immediately marries wealthy landowner Patrice Dupin whose face was disfigured during World War IThree years have passed Villagers gossip that the enigmatic Seraphin Monge is dead Both Rose and Marie refuse to accept this In the meantime Marie’s father Celestat the village baker asked his assistant Tibere Saille to search for Seraphin in the Barcelonnette Valley If he finds him he asks that he return the King Louis Philippe nineteenth century gold coins to Seraphin Seraphin gave the gold coins to Celestat for Marie who was illAn angered Celestat believed Seraphin discerned his avariciousness Seraphin had no interest in the gold he found in his family’s home Celestat believed Seraphin was not of this world in fact most of the villagers believed this Celestat felt the gift was an insult to his Marie who at the time of Seraphin’s departure was recovering from her illness Celestat offers Marie in marriage to his young assistant Tibere Saille if he finds Seraphin and returns the goldTibere arrived in the Barcelonnette Valley in a torrential rain From the village’s café owner he discovers Seraphin cuts down trees in the forest Tibere sets out to find him and return the gold An earthuake erupts when Tibere reaches Seraphin Horrified Tibere watches the ground shaking and the earth swallowing Seraphin Except for his hands Seraphin’s body has vanished into the earth A frightened Tibere wants very much to marry Marie Dormeur so he cuts off the dead Seraphin’s hands The hands are the only tangible evidence Tibere can provide Celestat that he saw Seraphin die during the earthuake When Tibere returns to Lurs with the gold and Seraphin’s hands a shocked Celestat believes Tibere murdered Seraphin and wants the gold for himself Celestat orders Tibere to bury the hands and the goldTibere only wants Marie Marie still yearns for Seraphin However Tibere and Celestat knowing Seraphin is a sensitive issue refuse to tell Marie he is deadWhen Seraphin does not return Marie decides to marry Tibere In six years they produce three sonsMeanwhile Rose’s husband Patrice commits suicide Patrice knows he cannot compete with Seraphin nor can Marie’s husband Tibere Both Rose and Marie’s conjugal bed is shared with their dreams and images of Seraphin not their husbands Rose and Marie become best friends A delirious Celestat speaks of the hidden gold and the Seraphin’s hands on his deathbed Marie finds the hands and the gold Like her father Marie accuses Tibere of murdering Seraphin She puts Tibere out of the house ordering him to sleep in the loft above the bakery Tibere commits suicidePrior to Tibere committing suicide Rose now a wealthy widow places an ad in the papers looking for Seraphin Through the café owner near where Seraphin lived Rose is informed Seraphin died Rose hires men to go up to the mountainous forest and find Seraphin’s bonesSans Seraphin’s hands Rose receives his skeleton Rose had a mausoleum built that houses her husband and sister in law but keeps Seraphin’s bones in her home in a wooden boxAlthough envious Rose has Seraphin’s bones Marie advises Rose to give them a proper burial Later Marie offers Seraphin’s hands removed by her late husband for burial in Rose’s mausoleumBoth women are strong willed in their undying love for Seraphin; 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