Folly Du Jour

Folly Du Jour

Book - 2007
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Random House, Inc.
Brutal murder embroils Scotland Yard commander Joe Sandilands in the intrigue and violence of late 1920s Paris in CWA Historical Dagger Award–winning author Barbara Cleverly’s tour de force of suspense.…

In a box at the famed Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, an ex-soldier and knight of the realm is dead, his throat savagely cut. In a jail cell, diplomat George Jardine, his evening clothes stained with the slain man’s blood, awaits the arrival of his old wartime friend, Joe Sandilands. In spite of the evidence, Sandilands believes Jardine is innocent. His search for a crucial witness—a notorious beauty who quickly vanishes—leads to the discovery of a shocking series of unsolved murders. Is Sandilands hunting a serial killer? Or has he stumbled upon something even more sinister and carefully orchestrated? As the final, chilling pieces of the puzzle fall into place, Sandilands launches his own counterattack against a killer whose sadistic agenda is about to become horrifyingly clear.…

Baker & Taylor
Rushing to the aid of an old friend who has been wrongly accused of murder, Detective Joe Sandilands receives unlikely help from a self-conscious usherette who guides her through the notorious Paris Music Hall in search of answers. By the author of Tug of War. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Random House, c.2007
ISBN: 9780385341844
Characteristics: 318p


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Jul 06, 2017

The seventh book in the Detective Joe Sandilands series

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