The Sorbonne Affair

Seventh St:Prometheus. (Hugo Marston, Bk. 6). Aug. 2017. 287p. ISBN 9781633882614. $15.95; ebk. ISBN 9781633882621. M
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.S. embassy to investigate. The hotel employee responsible for bugging Hancock is murdered and a spicy sex tape featuring Hancock and a student hits the Internet. More bodies pile up as Hugo and Lt. Camille Lerens sort through the suspects. Another enjoyable read featuring the likeable Marston (The Paris Librarian).—ACT
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