Reading ➿ La 7e Femme Author Frédérique Molay –

La 7e Femme This Is An Alternate Cover Edition For B009ED24VC There S No Rest For Paris S Top Criminal Investigation Division, La Crim Who Is Preying On Women In The French Capital How Can He Kill Again And Again Without Leaving Any Clues A Serial Killer Is Taking Pleasure In A Macabre Ritual That Leaves The Police On Tenterhooks Chief Of Police Nico Sirsky A Super Cop With A Modern Day Real Life, Including An Ex Wife, A Teenage Son And A Budding Love Story Races Against The Clock To Solve The Murders As They Get Closer And Closer To His Inner Circle Will He Resist The Pressure The Story Grabs You By The Throat And Doesn T Let Go Until The Last Page, Leading You Behind The Scenes With The French Police And Into The Coroner S Office It Has The Suspense Of Seven, With CSI Like Details You Will Never Experience Paris The Same Way Again

About the Author: Frédérique Molay

Writing has always been a passion for Fr d rique Molay, author of the international bestseller The 7th Woman She graduated from France s prestigious Science Po and began her career in politics and the French administration She worked as Chief of Staff for the Deputy Mayor of Saint Germain en Laye, and then was elected to the local government in Sa ne et Loire Meanwhile, she spent her nights pur

10 thoughts on “La 7e Femme

  1. says:

    This is the first book in the Paris Homicide series I have already read and enjoyed two books in the series Nico Sirsky is the head of La Crim , the elite Paris police criminal investigation department There are about a hundr

  2. says:

    The 7th Woman by Frederique Molay is a Le French Book publication Originally published in 2006, this book was made available in digital format and translated into the English language in 2012 The translator is Anne Trager.Set in Franc

  3. says:

    Anne Trager did the world a favor when she decided to translate French crime novels for our pleasure What a joy The blurb points it out very well Winner of France s prestigious Prix du Quai des Orf vres prize for best crime fiction, named

  4. says:

    This is an excellent start to the series The plot moves a long at a cracking pace, the details are authentic and I enjoyed the setting The book is well translated and reads easily I look forward to in the series.

  5. says:

    A serial killer is stalking Paris, his announced plan being to murder a woman a day for seven days It soon becomes obvious that his campaign has as its target Chief of Police Nico Sirsky, who s in charge of the investigation, and that the cause of the wrath tha

  6. says:

    Though I have been to France a number of times over the years and know quite a bit about French culture, I admit to not knowing almost anything about their judicial and police system come to think of it, I am kind of grateful for not having any first hand experience wit

  7. says:

    At the end of my review for The Prone Gunman by Manchette, I mentioned that I have been choosing things French over all others since watching the TV series Spiral on Netflix streaming This latest read was Winner of France s prestigious Prix du Quai des Orf vres for best c

  8. says:

    I enjoy mysteries and recently I have been trying to read mysteries from different parts of the world and have found it very interesting to see how these types of stories play out in different cultures Cotteril s Dr Siri Paiboun series set in 1970 s Laos is full of self deprecating humor

  9. says:

    I received The 7th Woman from Netgalley where I am really due to review this quite some time ago Boy do I regret waiting But, when my reading gets extremely fickle I back off of reviewing because I tend to start and stop books that I normally would love when I am in this kind of reading slump and

  10. says:

    Fr d rique Molay s The 7th Woman introduces us to Nico Sirsky, chief of Paris s elite Criminal Brigade, as he battles wits with a serial killer who has vowed to kill a woman each day for seven days hence the title While Molay s story was entertaining, to call her the French Michael Connelly is over

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