You will not forget to have tapenade and mini focaccias delivered by the Niçois for a TV set with a Promenade des Anglais atmosphere, or even a carnival atmosphere if you get your hands on the untraceable La Vie à deux by Clément Duhour, with all the necessary floats and the 1958 vintage. Very chic, the press will thank you, the subscription to Nice Matin is doubled with the regular listening of France Bleu Côte d’Azur and the local and more confidential Radio Nice.
Whether you are a casual reader or a fan of books, immerse yourself in the incredible adventures of Jacques Merenda and his companion Loulou Crystal. Joann Sfar, the author of Le Niçois and Farniente, knows the city well. Which is omnipresent in his detective stories: he was born and raised there, with a father who was the deputy of the legendary mayor Jacques Médecin, who could well have inspired the petulant Merenda.
The humour is reminiscent of some of the funny thrillers written by San Antonio, the pseudonym of the delirious Frédéric Dard: Sucette boulevard, La Pute enchantée (The Enchanted Whore) and L’année de la moule (The Year of the Mussel) all have in common the fact that they take you to the Côte d’Azur.