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Where Would I Be Without You? by Guillaume…

Where Would I Be Without You?

by Guillaume Musso

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This is the story of French policeman, Martin Beaumont. Years ago he had visited San Francisco and fallen deeply in love with Gabrielle. However, their love hadn’t managed to overcome the distance between them when Martin returned to France.

Years later, Martin is chasing legendary thief, Archibald McLean and this chase leads him back to San Francisco.

I was a little wary of this book because, as a rule, I don’t like translations. I often find them clunky, but this one was well done and I very much enjoyed the read. I liked the character of Martin, who seemed to be a bit of a rogue cop, going his own sweet way. Towards the end, the story got a bit strange, but it was still believable in its own way, and didn’t change my feelings towards how much I liked the book. I’d say it’s predominantly a love story, and not a crime novel, despite the main character being in the police force, and the pursuit of a criminal. This is very much the story of Martin and Gabrielle, and their enduring love for each other.

It’s a very easy read, and I’d recommend it if you enjoy a good love story. ( )
  nicx27 | Jan 31, 2011 |
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Sometimes, a second chance can come out of nowhere. Martin's rejection by Gabrielle has haunted him all his life. He's now a Parisian cop on the cusp of making a career-defining arrest. Archibald Maclean, the legendary art thief, is in his sights. But things are about to change.… (more)

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