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I tried to read this book and would go a few chapters and then stop for a few days and then go a few chapters.
This is the second Aimee Leduc novel I have read, and while it is not as good a mystery as the other one (Murder on the Ile St. Louis), it's a lot of fun as a novel.
There are a clutter of characters, too: many of them enter and exit without making much impression or contribution to the story.
The author Cara Black was recommended to me by an instructor who was teaching a class about small museums in Paris. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Doro
The book starts well with an intriguing mystery but it veers off track for me when a cabal of old Nazis surfaces. That has been done many times to better effect.Published 19 days ago by Pasadena Lawyer
Murder in the Marais was a really good mystery. Cara Black takes you right into Paris and the Marais district. Read morePublished 1 month ago by regina hellebuyck
It’s November 1993, and it’s raining in Paris. Aimee Leduc is a hacker-for-hire, a kick-ass investigator, and, shall we say, a mistress of disguise. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mal Warwick
French atmosphere but a clunky read.. very good on post war France and its treatment of collaborators/the rise of the anti-Semitic right etcPublished 2 months ago by J. S. Schachter
Great read. looking forward to reading more from this author.Published 3 months ago by Stephen DeBruhl
Aimee Leduc introduced an exciting new detective for me to enjoy in several more Parisienne mysteries. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer