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The Paris Directive by Gerald Jay
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Jan 04, 2012

really liked it
Read in December, 2011

Well-paced and tricky suspense novel set in the (for me) beloved Dordogne region of southwest France, where cuisine is Queen and murders are unexpected. The layers of the story are skillfully unpeeled by the ex-Paris cop as world events impact the life of the small town. Woven in nicely are great food tid-bits. Should appeal to those who like the mysteries of Martin Walker (Bruno, Chief of Police), though the suspense factor is a little higher-octane here.
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