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True love is eternal...

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Conflict of interest is an understatement...

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Two men love her. Will her faith show the way to a bright future?

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Enemies...Lovers...An irresistible combination

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A Cherry Tucker Mystery

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Fantasies come true on this sultry Georgia island.

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Fourth in the Inside Out series


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Also by Cara Black:

Murder In Pigalle, March 2014
Murder Below Montparnasse, March 2013
Murder At The Lanterne Rouge, March 2012
Murder In The Latin Quarter, March 2009
Murder on the Ile Saint-Louis, March 2008
Murder in the Rue De Paradis, March 2008
Murder on the Ile Saint-Louis, January 2007
Murder in Montmartre, January 2007
Murder in Montmartre, March 2006
Murder in Clichy, March 2006
Murder In Clichy, February 2005
Murder in the Bastille, April 2004
Murder in the Sentier, April 2003
Murder in Belleville, April 2002
Murder in the Marais, October 2000

Murder in Montmartre
Cara Black

Aimee Leduc Investigation
Soho Crime
March 2006
On Sale: March 1, 2006
Featuring: Aimee Leduc
306 pages
ISBN: 1569474109
EAN: 9781569474105
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Mystery Woman Sleuth

Aimee's childhood friend, Laure, is a policewoman. Her partner, Jacques, has set up a meeting in Montmartre with an informer. When Laure goes along as backup, Jacques is lured to a rooftop, where he is shot to death. Laure's gun has been fired, gunpowder residue is on her hands, and she is charged with her partner's murder.

The police close ranks against the alleged cop killer. Aimee is determined to clear Laure's name. In doing so, she encounters separatist terrorists, Montmartre prostitutes, a surrealist painter's stepdaughter, and a crooked Corsican bar owner, and learns of "Big Ears"-the French "ear in the sky" that records telephonic and electronic communications for the security services. Identifying Jacques' murderer brings her closer to solving her own father's death, which still haunts her. She cannot rest until she finds out who was responsible.


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