Eddie Grant, half-Parisian, half-American, struggled in vain for ten years to to learn who killed his wife and son, but just as he starts living again, an old lover appears at his door with a letter that may be the key to solving the case.
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.
A novel of Paris.
“Fiction is more often than not more informative than history. Bravo!” –Ronald Rosbottom, author of When Paris Went Dark
“A brilliant fact-based thriller disguised as fiction, which offers keen insight into recent history.” –Ahmed Yehia
“I’ve never been to Paris until now.” –Joe Corso.
“The publisher’s blurb dangles the lure, but it doesn’t take long before the hook is set.” –Jan
“Unbelievably descriptive – I felt I was right there the whole time!” –JonM