By Jacques Tardi
En ce mois de décembre 1911, Paris est secouée par l. a. brusque réapparition de los angeles peste et par une mystérieuse obscure de disparitions sur le Pont-Neuf. Adèle, déterminée à venger los angeles mort de son ami Lucien Ripol, mène l'enquête, persuadée qu'un lien existe entre ces trois affaires. Affrontant travel à journey Albert, son ancien complice, et une redoutable secte d'adorateurs du démon Pazuzu, arrivera-t-elle à échapper aux différentes menaces qui planent sur elle ?
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Adèle Blanc-Sec, Tome 2 : Le démon de la Tour Eiffel by Jacques Tardi