Unholy Loves (Belle Epoque Mysteries) download epub
by Lisa Appignanesi
Lisa Appignanesi (Author). Series: Belle Epoque Mysteries. Paperback: 333 pages. Publisher: Mcarthur & Company (October 10, 2006).
Lisa Appignanesi (Author).
Unholy Loves is much more than a mystery. It is also a look at France in the year 1900.
2006) (Sacred Ends) (The second book in the Belle Epoque series) A novel by Lisa Appignanesi. In this sequel to the very successful Paris Requiem, Marguerite de Landois again finds herself embroiled in a mystery - this time involving her husband, the Count de Landois. She again calls upon Chief Inspector Durand to help her unravel the mystery. The setting of fin-de-siecle france is fascinating and atmospheric.
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This masterpiece from Lisa Appignanesi is full of murderous twists and turn. complex read with a startling denouement’ From Silverdale with Love. Part 2 of the Belle Époque trilogy. The novel is a thriller concoction with a generous helping of intrigue, a measure of political scandal, a sprinkling of dubious characters, mixed up with grimy Paris streets, asylum horrors and one man’s quest to find out the truth’ TheBookTrail.
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Appignanesi’s knowledge of the politics and culture of the era shines’ Publishers Weekly Paris, 1990. Her journey into the pastoral quiet is shattered by the appearance of a dead man on the railway tracks.