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Poisoned Pen Press, 2008 - Fiction - 314 pages
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Enzo MacLeod, a Scot teaching on a faculty at Cahors in southwest France, confidently bet that he could use his expertise to crack seven notorious murders described in a book on cold cases by Parisian journalist Roger Raffin. Enzo has in fact solved the first two crimes.
But the third is far from his mind right now: heas just been diagnosed with a terminal illness, and heas become the victim of someone who seems intent on destroying his credit and his relationshipsaand getting him arrested for murder. This is one instance where his Scottish stubbornness might pay off.
Having established a safe house to protect his loved ones, besieged now as it were, he sets to work. Are his personal woes somehow connected to the digging heas done into the brutal murder of a rent boy in a Paris apartment sixteen years ago, as Raffin has described? What further remnants of evidence can he reviewaand can he stay alive long enough to catch the long-hidden killer? This is the third installment in the Enzo MacLeod series.

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Book Description Enzo MacLeod, a Scot teaching on a faculty at Cahors in southwest France, confidently bet that he could use his expertise to crack seven notorious murders described in a book on cold ... Read full review

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My previous awareness of Peter May as a crime novelist rested solely on having read 'The Blackhouse' (the first of his trilogy set on the island of Lewis and Harris) and then run aground on its ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Peter May won the Scottish Young Journalist of the Year Award at 21 and had his first novel published at 26. He went on to become a successful Scottish television dramatist. He lives in France with his wife Janice Halley.

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