Tanguy's Viel's books are marked by long, tortuous sentences. In the first sentence of Insoupçonnable (lit. 'Above Suspicion'), for example, the first sentence – which is also the first paragraph – is seventy words long. It describes a wedding table, emphasising the light on it.
Links to my other Viel posts:
Tanguy Viel: Paris-Brest
Tanguy Viel: L'Absolue perfection du crime