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Emile Gaboriau (Saujon 1832 Paris 1873) fut hussard en Afrique, chef d'ecurie et s'engagea dans la cavalerie avant de s installer a Paris. Il y devient le secretaire de Paul Feval qui lui fait decouvrir le journalisme. Il publie son premier roman, "L Affaire Lerouge", en 1866. Le succes est tel qu il est engage comme feuilletoniste au "Petit Journal". Emile Gaboriau est considere comme le pere du roman policier francais.Emile Gaboriau (Saujon 1832 Paris 1873) fut hussard en Afrique, chef d'ecurie et s'engagea dans la cavalerie avant de s installer a Paris. Il y devient le secretaire de Paul Feval qui lui fait decouvrir le journalisme. Il publie son premier roman, "L Affaire Lerouge", en 1866. Le succes est tel qu il est engage comme feuilletoniste au "Petit Journal". Emile Gaboriau est considere comme le pere du roman policier francais.Emile Gaboriau (Saujon 1832 Paris 1873) fut hussard en Afrique, chef d'ecurie et s'engagea dans la cavalerie avant de s installer a Paris. Il y devient le secretaire de Paul Feval qui lui fait decouvrir le journalisme. Il publie son premier roman, "L Affaire Lerouge", en 1866. Le succes est tel qu il est engage comme feuilletoniste au "Petit Journal". Emile Gaboriau est considere comme le pere du roman policier francais.Emile Gaboriau (Saujon 1832 Paris 1873) fut hussard en Afrique, chef d'ecurie et s'engagea dans la cavalerie avant de s installer a Paris. Il y devient le secretaire de Paul Feval qui lui fait decouvrir le journalisme. Il publie son premier roman, "L Affaire Lerouge", en 1866. Le succes est tel qu il est engage comme feuilletoniste au "Petit Journal". Emile Gaboriau est considere comme le pere du roman policier francais. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 558 pages
  • Publisher: Nabu Press (November 12, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1271796449
  • ISBN-13: 978-1271796441
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1.1 x 9.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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Emile's stories center much on French Nobles of the time. The good, bad and the ugly. This story has it all. It starts with the emblezzlement of millions by a "Scrooge" like clerk and it becomes a winding story of who's who and intrigue. If you like mysteries, you should read Emile's novels. Some of them require a certain degree on concentration as he tells his stories but the characters are all well-written and the stories interesting. The stories are written in a time frame normally centering some years after the French Revolution.
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This story keeps the reader in suspense and the unexpected happens causing all sorts of intrigue. The characters created by this writer are always so believable. It is always a pleasure to read his books and discover the outcome.
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Good story line and interesting characters. Great description of place and time - I could easily visualize mid-19th century Paris.

Good translation from the French, but there were occasional syntax hiccups I had to re-read.
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Good timeless lesson of human behavior towards money, investing and personal integrity. Nice reading. Recommended to these who would like to make a career in finance and investments.
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Surprised. Didn't know what to expect, but I enjoyed it.
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