Recently, I got around to reading Patrick Modiano, winner of 2014's Nobel Prize for literature. For awhile now, I've been reading about him, and what I read made me think I would like his books, particularly Missing Person, his 1978 novel that won France's highest literary award, the Prix Goncourt. A detective story about a man investigating himself, ran one description somewhere, and I was very intrigued. I'm happy to say my expectations were fulfilled. I liked Missing Person a lot and decided to write something about it. It's a piece you can find here: Missing Person. Check it out if you have a few minutes.