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Treasure of Saint-Lazare

Treasure of Saint-Lazare

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Part-time spy Eddie Grant takes on the case of his life when an old lover comes to his home in Paris with a letter that may be the key to the murder years before of his wife and child. Against his will, the letter pulls him back into the search for the killers -- plus a priceless Raphael self-portrait missing since the end of World War II and uncounted cases of gold bullion that may have been hidden in Paris all along. As he races to unravel the complicated knot, it he reconnects with the love of his life, and this time he's determined to hold on to her. More info →
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Last Stop: Paris

Last Stop: Paris

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Time passes. Eddie Grant cleaned up most of the organized-crime gang who murdered his father, his wife, and his young son, but the evil genius behind the plot remains out of reach, invisible. It’s as though he never existed, but Eddie’s thirst for revenge remains as keen as ever. Suddenly, unexpectedly, in a glittering salon in the most expensive corner of Paris, he reappears, linked somehow to a shady French banker, an American TV goldbug, and an ostentatious Texas congressman who’s all hat and no cattle. When the goldbug dies a gruesome death, Eddie must come to a decision: does he or doesn’t he follow the case to the end? The wrong choice could be the last one he ever makes. In this sequel to Treasure of Saint-Lazare, Eddie must decide if his thirst for revenge outweighs the call of his growing romance with the beautiful Aurélie, star professor at the Sorbonne and full partner in his adventures. At her urging, he jumps back into the fray, along with his friend Jeremy Bentham, a retired two-star general he served under as company commander during the First Gulf War. In his public life, Eddie is the golden boy of French-American business, heir to a great American industrial fortune and an investing genius who has multiplied the fortune his father left behind — and Aurélie’s handsome companion at the society events she loves. In the background, he’s a CIA “unofficial," who volunteers to solve international problems with domestic roadblocks, such as the congressman. Kirkus Reviews said Last Stop: Paris is "A full-throttle adventure through modern Europe and the Mediterranean that’s part thriller, part mystery, and all rollicking ride." Shelf Unbound Magazine selected it as one of the six best indie books of 2015. More info →
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