Strangled in Paris by Claude Izner
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Strangled in Paris Summary
The coast of Normandy, 1894: A mysterious young woman is rescued by an anonymous man after a deadly shipwreck. Paris, a few months later: The body of a well-dressed woman in a velvet mask is found in the abattoir district of La Villette in Paris. Next to the brutally strangled corpse, the drunk watchman - who witnessed the crime but was too terrified to intervene - finds a pendant featuring a black unicorn.
Strangled in Paris Reviews
"Starred Review. ...brooding and atmospheric, the sixth and best yet from Izner. Tense, dramatic, and clever, this puzzle should deservedly broaden the series' readership." - 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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