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Night Flight to Paris

Black always delivers a great story featuring strong women. Buckle up and start turning the pages.

Murder at the Porte de Versailles

Black’s latest is a fast-paced, atmospheric mystery that brings back memories of worldwide fear after 9/11. It’s best for fans of the series who will recognize the numerous characters and memories brought together in the 20th in the series (following Murder in Bel-Air).

Three Hours in Paris

Black’s fans will not be disappointed, and readers who enjoy Alan Furst and John Le Carré will join the crowd that will devour this must-read. [See Prepub Alert, 9/30/19.]

Murder in Bel-Air

Readers will enjoy the exciting trip through Paris and the colorful characters who turn up along the way in this latest page-turner from Black that will make readers want to hop the next flight to the City of Light. [See Prepub Alert, 12/17/18.]

Murder on the Left Bank

When lawyer Éric Besson receives a notebook detailing the laundering of dirty money for dirty cops, Besson sends it straight to the authorities via his assistant/nephew...

Murder in Saint-Germain

In her 17th outing, Parisian PI detective Aimée Leduc has two cases: a secretive job for a professor, and a dangerous investigation into the reappearance of a war criminal who should be dead...

Murder on the Champ de Mars

The Aimée Leduc series always delights, but this new title is especially good. Melac's efforts to secure custody of Chloé add depth and anxious moments to the story, and what Aimée learns about her father is immensely sad while pushing the series along to a new level. [See Prepub Alert, 9/8/14.]

Murder in Pigalle

Following Murder Below Montparnasse, this latest in the treasured Aimée Leduc series keeps to the high standard of the series while nicely deepening Aimée as a character and leading her in a new direction.

Murder Below Montparnasse

Another great Aimée Leduc read; fans will be intrigued by the new developments.

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