Sophie’s walk across the Île de la Cité, kickoff to my novel Finding Pegasus

SOPHIE'S WALK across the Île de la Cité -- one of the important early scenes in my new novel Finding Pegasus is Sophie Leroux's walk across the Île that houses Notre Dame cathedral and the Sainte-Chapelle, to the quai on the Left Bank of the Seine, where she and her young son Lucas witness the murder that's central to the plot. This is a picture of that quai I took a few months ago. Pont Neuf (which, despite its name, is the oldest bridge in Paris) lies in the background. https://buff.ly/2N29mZ9

SOPHIE LEROUX’S WALK across the Seine is one of the important early scenes in my new novel Finding Pegasus.The scene traces her walk across the Île de la Cité, home to Notre Dame Cathedral and the Sainte-Chapelle, to the quai on the Left Bank, where she and her young son Lucas witness the murder that’s central… Continue reading Sophie’s walk across the Île de la Cité, kickoff to my novel Finding Pegasus

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Early raves for Finding Pegasus

“In Finding Pegasus, John Pearce once again spins a captivating tale of spies, assassinations, derring-do and sex (very tastefully done!) which takes us from Miami to Paris to a remote castle in Eastern Europe. The characters are fully drawn and we soon come to actually care about Kate and Mark as they try to recover… Continue reading Early raves for Finding Pegasus

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