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Murder on the Eiffel Tower: Summary and book reviews of Murder on the Eiffel Tower by Claude Izner
Murder on the Eiffel Tower soars with its historical treatment of Paris which readers will remember long after they finish the book. Author Claude Izner is the pseudonym of two sisters, Liliane Korb and Laurence Lefevre, who sell second-hand books on the Seine's banks and boast of expertise on 19th century Paris. Their experience and knowledge shine brightly in this first of a series featuring amateur detective Victor Legris. (Reviewed by Beth Hemke Shapiro).
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