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Every family has secrets: flaws, silences and things left unsaid that succeeding generations inherit without fully understanding. What happens when those buried secrets resurface? This is the topic that Frank Giroud explores in his ‘Secrets’ collection. After Annette, The Splinter, which has met with remarkable success from critics and the public, takes the reader through the mazes of human psychology and the dark hours of the Occupation. A magnificently constructed tale that plays out like a Greek tragedy.