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eBook Murder in the Palais Royal (Aimee Leduc Investigations, No. 10) download ISBN: 1569476209
Author: Cara Black
Publisher: Soho Crime; First Edition edition (March 1, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 304
ePub: 1731 kb
Fb2: 1292 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

Book 10 of 18 in the Aimee Leduc Series.

Book 10 of 18 in the Aimee Leduc Series. Only 8 left in stock (more on the way).

2010) (The tenth book in the Aimee Leduc series) A novel by Cara Black. Her partner, René, has been shot, and eyewitnesses have identified Aimée as the culprit. Someone seems to be impersonating Aimée; someone wants revenge.

So I decided to catch up on the Cara Black mysteries (Aimée Leduc/René Friant the recurring characters) in between the books I read for my tw. .

Read any of the Amy Leduc Investigations books by Cara Black and you'll be transported to the City of Light. just need a mystery fix, I guess. I have five more in the pile.

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Cara Black's Aimée Leduc mystery series transports listeners to the streets of Paris for dark crime stories. An Aimée Leduc Investigation, Book 11. By: Cara Black. Narrated by: Carine Montbertrand. Working in her office, Aimée is surprised by Mireille, a Haitian immigrant who claims to be her sister. But before Aimée can learn more, Mireille disappears, leaving only a note behind.

Someone impersonating Parisian . Aimée Leduc shoots her partner, René, and eyewitnesses identify Aimée as the culprit. Cara Black is the author of sixteen books in the New York Times bestselling Aimée Leduc series. She must clear herself and find the shooter before she finishes the job Just as Parisian private investigator Aimée Leduc is about to leave for New York City to pursue a lead on a man who might be her brother, her fellow detective, René Friant, is wounded by a near-fatal gunshot. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and visits Paris frequently.

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Accused of shooting her partner, Aimée Leduc must also contend with the fact that someone is impersonating her, a taxman is investigating her firm, and two murders may have a.

Accused of shooting her partner, Aimée Leduc must also contend with the fact that someone is impersonating her, a taxman is investigating her firm, and two murders may have a connection to the youth Aimée sent to prison.

Aimee Leduc: Book By Cara Black. Cara Black has won fans around the globe for her Paris-based mysteries starring AimEe Leduc. Narrated by Carine Montbertrand, 10 hours 56 minutes. When suspicion falls on AimEe after her partner is shot, the beleaguered sleuth must race to prevent more violence. Murder in the Marais.

Someone impersonating Parisian P.I. Aimée Leduc shoots her partner, René, and eyewitnesses identify Aimée as the culprit. She must clear herself and find the shooter before she finishes the jobJust as Parisian private investigator Aimée Leduc is about to leave for New York City to pursue a lead on a man who might be her brother, her fellow detective, René Friant, is wounded by a near-fatal gunshot. Aimée is distraught over René’s condition and horrified to be under suspicion for the attack; police have pegged her as the guilty party. At the same time, a large, mysterious sum appears in Leduc Detective’s bank account, and tax authorities descend upon Aimée. It seems someone is impersonating her—someone who wants revenge. But for what?From the Trade Paperback edition.
Comments: (7)
Yozshujinn
This series Delivers. Though each installment is independent, there is a thread running through it that continues to ratchet up your interest in the central character, Aimee Leduc. While the independence focuses on the crime at hand (in this case, the murder in the Palais Royal), the connectivity adds carefully measured tidbits of information about Aimee Leduc's past and her ongoing search for information about her long-missing mother. At this point in the series, it does strike one as a little odd that every time Leduc figuratively turns around, she's dealing with a murder. The woman can't go to the grocery store without someone getting murdered in her immediate vicinity in a way that gets her involved. What is ultimately satisfying about this obviously manufactured arrangement is the step-by-step process of discovery that eventually leads to the murderer and his/her capture. They are, in fact, mysteries, as opposed to thrillers. Peripheral characters are well-drawn; the martial arts dwarf partner (Rene), the crusty old policeman godfather (Morbier, who provides us with tantalizing links to Aimee's past while trying to keep her out of trouble in the present), the Indian hacker (Saj), the journalist bff (Martine) and a few others. You settle into this series comfortably and before you know it, like with Aimee and her regular brushes with murder, you're committed to continue. As the series progresses, you are drawn closer and closer to the revelation of secrets about Aimee's mother. I'm trying to catch up. Though, as noted, each of the installments in this series is independent, you will thank yourself later for starting with Murder in the Marais and reading them in order.
Ffyan
I'm riveted by this series. The heroine, Aimee, gets into absolutely outlandish situations from which she usually manages to extricate herself in mostly one piece. All of this takes place in a blur of Parisian history and architecture, flea market finds of couture fashions and unrelenting obstruction by the powers that be. Along the way, we meet concierges, repairmen, coffee shop owners, reporters, nuns, priests, refugees and relics of World War II. In addition, Aimee runs a detective agency specializing in cyber crime with her handsome partner, Rene, who is also her dear friend. Always engrossing is the way the past insinuates itself on the present usually in very unexpected ways. Somehow, our heroine keeps going propelled by the mystery of her mother's apparent abandonment and the unanswered questions concerning her father's death. She's resilient and able to think on her feet. Absorbing and intriguing.
Cordabor
I am loving this series. Great character development and twisted complications. The vintage handbag holds more surprises than Mary Poppins bag
Gandree
I always read her books before a trip to Paris. I look up every street she goes to on my plastic folding Paris map. Paris becomes familiar. Would recommend her books for anyone going. Plus they are good detective stories. Best if read in sequence but also good story if read alone.
Andronrad
This is certainly as good as any of the previous books of Black's. Several reviewers have taken issue with the issue that Aimee can't move beyond her bad-boy guys, and yet, in real life, don't we continuously see women who never learn and stay in the same bad-boy rut? So it's realistic, at least. Having said that, though, I do wish she could take a chance on Renee. This relationship could be developed slowly; I'm sure both Renee and Aimee have sides of their personality that haven't been shown yet, if Black is afraid that that a steady relationship might make the books lack excitement. Surely after all the books to date, Aimee deserves a chance at a good guy; even good guys can be VERY exciting, if you give them a chance. Take note, Ms. Black, and take a chance with Aimee; we've invested much in her character.
Uriel
I love to read the books written by Cara Black. If there is a sameness in them, it's in the location (Paris), the characters, and our heroine being in trouble and running about in the dark places of the night. They are original. I am transported to an unfamiliar place. I can never guess whodunit.
Samuhn
I have read all of Cara Black's books and mostly enjoyed them,but honestly I really feel,and I think that I am quite correct in stating, that this book has the longest run on sentence I have ever read.Gee, I couldn't come close...and I was actually trying.

Absolute worst book to Kindle I have ever read. Too many errors to count, and very,very annoying. Words run into each other, or are hyphanated in the middle of a sentence.

Aimee is still Aimee and an ok plot.