"Trent Et Quarante" is a story of a little town in Southern France with a dark and mysterious past. It was named such because of the city's inability to show the public any sign of desirability. The town has been under house arrest since 1963. Most of the people are under suspicion of being involved in a secret underground railroad that ran from North Africa to Italy. There's even a town called"Chateau de la Miserable," or"Daughter of the Murder."

All the scenes in the book are set in the town of Trent. The novel starts when the family dog,"Swannie," is found dead. More help Her owner, Renne, believes that her pet was eaten by a predator. She tells her daughter, Thierry, who heads an investigation that uncovers a plot that has ties to both the town and the criminal actions. It turns out that the story is all about a young American girl named Christine de La Grange, who works as a clerk at a local bank.

Etienne is the name of the principal character. He is described as handsome, smart, and a very accomplished writer. Thierry and Renne both feel that Etienne was either killed or slipped away while trying to make his escape from a French prison. Their analysis is complicated by the fact that they don't know how or where he left them. The novel includes many details regarding the history and culture of the area. It also includes information on the history and customs of witchcraft in the region.

This story has many elements that will appeal to readers with an interest in the occult. Etienne is a practitioner of the occult. He learned his craft in a college for the study of magicians and the witches. One of the things that makes Etienne so adept at his craft is he can make a magnetic force that could break through metal. This strength allows him to steal items from his enemies and use them as his own.

The narrative also includes many profiles of the key characters. Detailed description of Renne's father, Hugo De La Rouchfoucauld, and his partner, Aloys de Courville-Remy are intriguing in their own right. De La Rouchfoucauld is described as extremely dangerous and mysterious. His connection to Hugo and his daughter, Thierry, is also detailed.

The origins of witchcraft in this section of the planet are also detailed. It is revealed that the practice originated during the middle ages in Ireland. It was a time of amazing superstition and magic. There's much evidence linking the practice to the practices of the Catholic Church and the witchcraft convictions of its members. It is apparent that this history adds depth to the characters in the story and helps clarify the motives and the conflicts that arise.

The book has an outstanding plot and an fantastic style. It's written in short chapters that reflect the progression of this story. There are also a few very characteristic illustrations that really bring the book to life. A few fantasy sequences add a dash of fun and further lend it the feel of a fantasy book.

The writing style and the style in which the author distributes the book is very effective. It flows easily and contains many vivid images and descriptions which will keep the reader interested. The structure of this book is also well planned out and the end result is extremely satisfactory. This is another superb book by Trent Et Quarante.