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John Pearce's first novel, Treasure of Saint-Lazare, set a high bar for international mystery, but his second, Last Stop: Paris, easily meets and surpasses it. This novel captures the very soul of contemporary Europe, crossing borders with apparently effortless aplomb. And his enterprising character, Eddie Grant, continues to fascinate with his combination of European sophistication and American ingenuity. But Paris too is a main character; Pearce must know that city even better than he knows the back of his hand. -- Ronald Rosbottom, author of When Paris Went Dark

In Last Stop: Paris, Franco-American  Eddie Grant, aided by his beautiful partner, Sorbonne professor Aurélie, crosses Paris - and Europe - in hot pursuit of the killers of his wife and son ten years earlier.  Eddie's Paris, which ranges from the sophisticated salons of the Ile Saint-Louis to the rue Picpus in a working class neighborhood, takes us beyond the usual tourist stops; as one who has lived in the City of Light for decades, I applaud the author's knowledge of its varied quartiers. An intriguing romp - and now I get the double treat  of going back to his prize-winning historical mystery  Treasure of Saint-Lazare. -- Harriet Welty Rochefort, author of French Fried, French Toast, and Joie de Vivre

John Pearce knows Paris: its glittering splendor, but also its shadowy underbelly,  its sorrow, double dealing, and mayhem.  Last Stop: Paris follows a twisting and turning course across the globe.  It's a gripping and complicated tale of international intrigue, terror and revenge. -- Peter Steiner, author of The Resistance and the forthcoming The Capitalist. New Yorker cartoonist known for "On the Internet nobody knows you're a dog."

About the Author

I've been a serious fan of Paris since the seventies, when my new wife Jan, already a frequent visitor, guided me on my first tour. In the decades since, we've lived in Germany and visited Paris many times, to the point that I feel as much at home there as I do in Sarasota, where we live for most of the year.
When we left Frankfurt in the mid-70s we spent a couple of months touring Italy and Greece before we returned to Washington. We spent hours probing the relics of classical civilization and enjoying the good food, and in my spare time I tried to starting writing a Cold War spy novel. I was going to be the next Le Carré. That didn't work out so well -- I found the notebook, containing several pages of a mangled opening chapter, on a closet shelf last year.
I got around to that first novel in 2012, after months of pondering a very different plot, one based on the knowledge of Paris I'd accumulated over dozens of visits. "Treasure of Saint-Lazare" came out at the end of the year, followed by "Last Stop: Paris" in 2015. The third, "Finding Pegasus," is a 2018 project. I think I'm learning how to do it and can push up the pace a bit, so I hope to have a fourth one out in less than a year, and there's a list of plots waiting for later.
The good people at Readers' Favorite, the big review website, chose Treasure as its highest-ranked historical mystery of 2014. Shelf Unbound Magazine picked Last Stop as one of the ten best indie books of 2015, for which I thank both of them.
You can follow my blog at and my books at I invite you to join my mailing list, which I call the Eddie Grant Readers Group after the protagonist of my first two novels. You can subscribe on either of my sites and, of course, unsubscribe any time.
I hope you enjoy my books.
John Pearce
Sarasota, May 2018

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  • File Size: 1266 KB
  • Print Length: 259 pages
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  • Publisher: Alesia Press LLC (December 1, 2015)
  • Publication Date: December 1, 2015
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  • Language: English
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