Hard-Hearted

None of it makes any sense A savage attack in the city s most elegant neighbourhood A Sorbonne professor dating a hedge fund manager A state backed bank conspiring to promote false arrests A serial seductress who ll lie about everything, but not about love A millionaire trader who sleeps in flea ridden hotels A woman in a haute couture dress who d rather have an eighNone of it makes any sense A savage attack in the city s most elegant neighbourhood A Sorbonne professor dating a hedge fund manager A state backed bank conspiring to promote false arrests A serial seductress who ll lie about everything, but not about love A millionaire trader who sleeps in flea ridden hotels A woman in a haute couture dress who d rather have an eighteenth century book than a Cartier bracelet A murder suspect given to speculating about his own guilt Franck Guerin of the Brigade Criminelle has a dead woman on his hands, slain minutes after she walked out on her lover And a nagging suspicion that he ll never solve the crime until he learns to read the hearts of those whose lives touched hers Which is a lot to ask of a man who has a hard job deciphering his own The fourth Franck Guerin novel from David Barrie demonstrates once the author s mastery of noir chic.
Hard Hearted None of it makes any sense A savage attack in the city s most elegant neighbourhood A Sorbonne professor dating a hedge fund manager A state backed bank conspiring to promote false arrests A serial se

  • Title: Hard-Hearted
  • Author: David Barrie
  • ISBN: 9780956251862
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Review from BadelyngeA beautiful woman lies in the middle of the road stabbed through the heart, an eighteenth-century book clutched in her hand and wrapped in a bloodstained hand-stitched silk shawl.Franck Guerin of the Brigade Criminelle is soon on the scene, making a welcome fourth outing in David Barrie's intricate Parisian and decidedly noirish detective series. In the past the novels have been characterised by Franck having to immerse himself in a specialised aspect of Parisian society tha [...]

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