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The Montmartre Murders (Inspector Gautier #4)

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One Sunday morning, Inspector Jean-Paul Gautier of the Paris Sûreté is called on to handle a scandalous double murder. It is a delicate case: Josephine Hassler, the wife of one victim and the daughter of the other, was once before intimately involved with sudden death - the late President of France was rumored to have died in her arms... and the scandal was still the talk ...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published by St. Martin's Press (first published January 1st 1987)
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aka Richard Grindal

Scotland and France have always had a close affinity, so it was only natural that Richard Grayson, a Scot by birth, should have taken a special interest when reading history at Cambridge in that most colourful period of French history, La Belle Epoque. All his Inspector Gautier novels are set in that period. He now lives in London.
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