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Ein Gentleman in Arles - Gefährliche Geschäfte: Ein…

by Anthony Coles

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A great new Provence series for me, even though I still have to read the first volume.
This series plays in Arles and the Camargue and of course the culprits have something to do with Marseille. Just right for a lot of excitement, good food and the special people from Provence.
The Gentelman is Peter Smith a former intelligence agent who wants to live his retirement with his dog Arthur in Arles. Of course, he can not leave uncovering and detecting now and puts himself and his loved ones in danger. Luckily, he has recourse to other secret service providers, but also to a 'mafia boss', who support him with words and deeds.
On Beauduc beach, three young policemen are murdered. Soon it turns out that the culprit comes from very high up in the French military circles, who in turn must satisfy very rich patrons. With the help of his old friend Gentry Smith begins the investigation on his own initiative. Not only does he endanger himself but also his sweetheart and her father, who are long-time residents of Camargue.
This thriller grabbed me from the first moment. I'm sure I'll read the first volume and I hope that Anthony Coles will continue with this series. ( )
  Ameise1 | Aug 6, 2019 |
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