Pryor, Mark

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Die Around Sundown

Convoluted and contrived at times, but the novel’s historical aspects and police detective will intrigue fans of World War II mysteries.

The Book Artist

While the denouement seems forced, the book is still enjoyable, with the series overall presenting a similar tone and characters to Louise Penny's "Armand Gamache" mysteries.

The Sorbonne Affair

After checking into the Sorbonne Hotel in Paris, author Helen Hancock discovers a spy camera in her room and contacts Hugo Marston at the U...

The Paris Librarian: A Hugo Marston Novel

Hugo Marston, chief of security for the American Embassy in Paris, and his CIA pal Tom Green investigate the mysterious death of the head of the American Library, who had recently acquired the papers of Isabella Severin, believed to have been a French spy during World War II...

The Crypt Thief: A Hugo Marston Novel

Pryor's second case for Marston (after The Bookseller) doesn't disappoint. The crazed serial killer leads readers into the darkest regions of Paris, making it a good bet for Cara Black fans.

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