Pascal Garnier, who died in March 2010, was a talented novelist, short story writer, children’s author and painter. From his home in the mountains of the Ardèche, he wrote fiction in a noir palette with a cast of characters drawn from ordinary provincial life. Though his writing is often very dark in tone, it sparkles with quirkily beautiful imagery and dry witted humour. Garnier’s work has been likened to the great thriller writer, Georges Simenon. Gallic books has now published many of his titles, including – The Panda Theory, How’s the Pain?, The Islanders, Moon in a Dead Eye, and The Front Seat Passenger.

Books (In English) in order of publication:

How’s the Pain?2006
The Panda Theory2008
Moon in a Dead Eye2013
The A262013
The Front Seat Passenger2014
The Islanders2015
Boxes2015
Too Close to the Edge2016
Low Heights2017
Gallic Noir: Volume 12018
Gallic Noir: Volume 22018
Gallic Noir: Volume 32018
A Long Way Off2019