In the Shadows of Paris by Claude Izner
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In the Shadows of Paris Summary
In the turbulent Parisian summer of 1893, Victor Legris has vowed to his fiancée to give up the dangerous hobby of amateur sleuthing to concentrate on selling books.
In the Shadows of Paris Reviews
"An especially crafty solution distinguishes the fifth belle epoque whodunit...Not many readers will identify the murderer before Legris, whose quirky and endearing character is even more developed than in previous books." - Publishers Weekly
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Claude Izner Author Biography
Claude Izner is the pseudonym of Liliane Korb (born
in 1940) and her sister Laurence Korb (born in 1951) also published under the name of Laurence Lefèvre. After colorful and
separate careers they started working together as secondhand booksellers on the Right Bank of the Seine in Paris many years ago.
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