Murder Most French

If James Bond had been born female and French, he might be as daring and charming as Aimée Leduc, the heroine of Cara Black’s mystery series set in various Paris neighborhoods. Aimée is a kickass private investigator who manages to be every bit as valiant as James ever was. What’s more, she does it without the gadgets and while wearing (very) high heels. Murder in the Marais kept me engaged with its tightly plotted suspense, colorful setting and likeable heroine. I read it at the beach, and it is a perfect beach book, but it’s also good enough to read anywhere. I’m not going to rehash the plot beyond saying that the villains deserved everything they got. You should read it for yourself. I’m off to Amazon to load another Aimée Leduc mystery on my Kindle.


About Patricia Dusenbury

Patricia Dusenbury grew up in the Northeast, went to college in the South, and married a southerner. After a lifetime on the east coast, she recently moved to San Francisco. In her previous career, Pat was an economist and the author of numerous dry publications. She is hoping to atone by writing mystery stories that people read for pleasure. The Electronic Publishing Industry Coalition named A Perfect Victim, Book 1 of her Claire Marshall trilogy, 2015's best mystery. Book 2, Secrets, Lies & Homicide, was a finalist for the 2016 EPIC award. Book 3, A House of Her Own, is out and completes the trilogy. The first book in Pat's new series, working title Two Weeks in Geary, is a Claymore Award finalist. When she isn’t writing, Pat is reading, gardening, babysitting or exploring San Francisco, the fabulous city that is now her home.
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