It's always a pleasure to enter a "Vargas"; "Have Mercy on Us All" is an enchantment, expected the "new Vargas" with still more impatience than the beaujolais of the year! so that by opening "in the winds of Neptune" one is first a little taken aback ... more so when one starts in Canada ... and then little by little, as always, a step leading to another it takes concern for Jean Baptiste Adamsberg, and still growing interest in his colleagues, particularly Quebecers and Gérald squirrel. And it becomes very difficult, got two-thirds of the book, to remain "reasonable" to consider the time and not wanting to finish everything at once. What I did not know how !!! ... With a nice bonus sibling history, language and Quebec scent that adds to the charm of the book. "Grab your skis and'm your stalking, the cloud pelleteux. And sit on it, man. And running. " Provided Adamsberg follow the advice!