This works both as a detective story and as an account of life in occupied France. The author's detectives are men who, thanks to France's defeat, have to work together. One is French and the other is German and both just want to do what they are good at it: catching criminals. But given the complexities of life during the occupation their investigation cannot proceed as smoothly as that.
I found this to be an entertaining novel, quite a page-turner in fact. I look forward to catching up with St. Cyr and Kohler again.
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 47 minutes|
|Author||J. Robert Janes|
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||04 March 2013|
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254,417 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
2,770 in Historical Mysteries (Audible Books & Originals)
4,287 in Police Procedural Mysteries
4,722 in Crime Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
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Mr. Edward R. Addison
Something differentReviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 June 2011
EXCELLENT!Reviewed in the United States on 3 July 2000
I chanced upon this title while browsing through Amazon.com. The premise sounded interesting, so I thought I'd take a chance. This book is marvelous! The author takes you through all sorts of nooks and crannies until you are shocked at the end by the actual stonekiller. The setting (Vichy France during WWII) and the interplay between the two detectives (one French, one German) adds spice to a fine storyline. I have to disagree with the reviewer who complained about too many merde's and Gott in Himmel's. They do not get in the way of the story at all. The author realistically portrays Vichy France and the interplay between the French police and the Gestapo and SS. You are quickly drawn in and you will breathlessly follow St. Cyr and Kohler all the way through to the exciting climax. If you are looking for something a bit off beat, but yet thrilling and exciting, pick this one up.
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