Looking to the Woods

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Game, set, murder

When a ten-year-old girl's mutilated body is found in a public park in Paris, chief of police Nico Sirsky takes action. But his elite team of homicide detectives isn t on the case for even twenty-four hours before a second child is found murdered and left to rot inside a middle-school classroom. With the City of Light on edge awaiting another gruesome discovery, the clock starts ticking for Sirsky to catch the elusive killer who calls himself the gamemaster.

As the pressure mounts, Sirsky is also confronted with a conundrum in his personal life: his girlfriend is inexplicably pulling away from him. But he must once again put his own problems aside when the investigation turns up nothing but taunts from the killer. It will take an entire team of police psychologists, forensic specialists, and criminal investigators to uncover the truth hidden in a web of murder more tangled than any of them could have imagined.

 

published by AmazonCrossing on January 17, 2017.

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After the huge success The 7th Woman met in France, Frédérique Molay took a break from her career in politics to dedicate her life to writing and raising her three children. She now has five books to her name, including three in the Paris Homicide series.

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Anne Trager has lived in France for over twenty-six years, working in translation, publishing, and communications. She founded Le French Book as an expression of her ongoing passion for France and crime fiction.

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Looking to the Woods

by Frédérique Molay; translated by Anne Trager and Le French Book —published by AmazonCrossing — ISBN: 9781503941625 (trade paperback)/ B01HBKAYM0 (e-book) — Release date: January 17, 2017

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Frédérique Molay portrait 1
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Frédérique Molay with Mary Higgins Clark