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MURDER AT THE LANTERNE ROUGE – Cara Black

This twelfth book in the Aimee Leduc series begins on a happy note and rapidly devolves into the breathless complexities that seem to dog Aimee’s life.  It is January, 1998.  Aimee’s best friend and business partner in the Leduc detective … Continue reading

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CARA BLACK ON A DIFFERENT KIND OF WAR – When The Enemy Lives Next Door

On Monday, October 17, guest blogger James Benn, author of the Billy Boyle mysteries set during World War II, posted a very interesting look at the things that were developed to meet the needs of soldiers in the war in … Continue reading

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A TRAIN IN WINTER – Caroline Moorehead

The horrors of the Holocaust have been documented with minute details.  The Nazi domination of Europe required the killing of all lesser peoples, those who would pollute the Master Race.  The Jews and the Roma of Europe were two of … Continue reading

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PAGANINI’S GHOST – Paul Adam

Paul Adam’s PAGANINI’S GHOST is an excellent follow-up to an excellent book, THE RAINALDI QUARTET. Gianni Castiglione, living in the quiet city of Cremona, is a luthier who is well-known among musicians for his pain-staking work in restoring valuable instruments. … Continue reading

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MURDER IN THE PALAIS ROYAL – Cara Black

MURDER IN THE PALAIS ROYAL begins when Aimee Leduc, sharing some quiet moments with her newest boyfriend, Mathieu, receives a call from her partner, Rene Friant. One hundred thousand francs have been deposited into the Leduc Detective Agency bank account. … Continue reading

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