In 2004, Les Belles Lettres publishes a detective novel entitled L'élu du serpent rouge, by Jean-Paul Bourre. The main character is "The President" - François Mitterrand struggling against the evil that surrounds him - Around him, discreet societies lead a struggle behind the scenes of power hoping to seize a strange secret.
The elected Red Serpent is divided into 65 chapters. The first part takes place in Paris in the 5th arrondissement. During a dinner at Opus Dei, Abbot Maxent of the Saint-Médard church presents to the guests of the Archivist of the Order, Fr. Gillis, his last discovery of bibliophile: a small book of 20 pages entitled The Red Serpent (1). It is a history of the Bièvre. The archivist persuades him to sell it to him for a modest sum and in exchange for a set of photocopies of the manuscript. This text is in fact coded, revealing a mysterious remedy from the old city of Mérowé (2).
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My name is Sandy Hamblett, inspired and passionate researcher of the mysteries at Rennes-les-Bains.