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Death on the Marais (Inspector Lucas Rocco) Hardcover – February 1, 2012
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"Rocco is a likeable character... a law unto himself. The reader is kept hanging till the very last moment... the ending is excellent. If you enjoy all things French, this book will appeal." --The Book Bag
"There is a real sense of action and melodramatic page-turning suspense until almost the last sentence. Fast moving and great entertainment." --Eurocrime
"Brilliant - you just cannot put it down. The gloomy, sombre, atmospheric landscape of Picardie is brilliantly evoked... I eagerly await the next offering." --Monsters & Critics
"So much fun... Magson is an experienced writer... which shows in the sheer, slick enjoyability of the read. From the opening, I was happy to place myself in his hands and allow him to manipulate my imagination." --Historical Novels Review
Crisp writing and fresh characters make this stand out from the mystery pack. --Publishers Weekly
A great suspenseful read. --Library Journal
A real page turner; a slick, accomplished writer. --reviewingtheevidence.com
About the Author
ADRIAN MAGSON began writing short fiction and features for women’s magazines, contributing over the years to publications in the UK, US, Scandinavia, Japan and Australia. As well as writing comedy material and stories for BBC radio, he also turned to writing crime thrillers, and was shortlisted for the Crime Writers’ Association Debut Dagger Award. Since then he has gone on to have several crime thrillers published and is a regular contributor to Writing Magazine.
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Top Customer Reviews
The rural setting and characters are so accurately drawn. I live deep in the French countryside; even in 2011 they're still here!
Looking forward to the next in the series...
I have already gotten the second book, and this was good enough that I expect to sample some of Magson's other mysteries.