“This novel really brings alive Paris’ Parc de la Villette and its history and Molay keeps her characters in role as they investigate this case, giving you a good solid police procedural.”

“This novel really brings alive Paris’ Parc de la Villette and its history, a park that is definitely worth visiting if you ever do travel to Paris, also Molay keeps her characters in role as they investigate this case, giving you a good solid police procedural. Where we have an extra dimension to this is in the limitations for murder in the French legal system, and how they can be manipulated and worked around, something that we over here and our friends in the US have never set limitations on. This story is also set mainly on the investigation itself with only a little bit of domestic life entering the story, which makes this a clean and more enjoyable story. Taking in how attitudes have changed to a certain degree since the Eighties, especially towards homosexuality and lesbianism this makes us think of how other things have changed or are still altering.

This will be released on 18th January 2015, and unless that date is altered this will appear then at this link“