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kindle ↠ La 7e Femme × Paperback Ö frédérique molay Ö An alternate cover edition can be found hereThere'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 T 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 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 and a distrust for authority figures  Camilleri’s Inspector Montalbano series set in Sicily is dry with an interesting disdain for any sort of procedural method in detection  Crimes are solved and the detectives are eually effective and skilled in their own distinct waysIt seems to me that the British and American crime solvers are similar  Often times going all the way back to Sherlock Holmes they are either completely outside the criminal justice system amateurs private detectives or retired police officers or if they are actually police officers they are either damaged in some way or have their own code and procedures that they follow  We like the free agent the rebel the detective who puts his moral code above the letter of the law  At least we do in novels because that type of behavior in a police officer would most likely be a nightmare in real life  Harry Callahan is fine on the movie screen but we don’t want to see him walking up to our vehicle when we blew that red light trying to get to work on timeMolay’s Nico Sirsky series is set in Paris and they love their rules  They have tremendous respect for their bosses  Everyone is supremely skilled and devoted to their jobs  Even being well dressed and physically fit and attractive is important enough to be mentioned as a sign of success and competence  The French are a bit different I guessThe Seventh Woman is a very well done “race against time” type thriller  The killer has promised to kill seven women in seven days and we are off at 90 miles per hour from the start  I read it in two sittings and thoroughly enjoyed it  I have already read the second in the series and have put the third on my TBR if that tells you anything

Frédérique Molay ß La 7e Femme ebook

An alternate cover edition can be found hereThere'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 ritua Anne Trager did the world a favor when she decided to translate French crime novels for our pleasure What a joyThe blurb points it out very well Winner of France's prestigious Prix du uai des Orfèvres prize for best crime fiction named Best Crime Fiction Novel of the Year and already an international bestseller with over 150000 copies soldWell dive into the life and world of the French super cop Chief of Police Nico Sirsky when one after the other female bodies appear on their computer screens What begins as just one murder change into six others within six days with the victims being closer in relation to Nico Sirsky Brutal ruthless and macabre That is the only words that can describe the serial murders by someone who knows his stuff And he has a grudge against Nico Sirsky Divorced lonely and suddenly in love Sirsky has his hands full especially when his ex wife turns off on her own side track and leaves his teenage son for him to raise The sources of his emotional pirouettes over the hot coals of doubt and desperation are lack of sleep as well as too many people in his inner circle becoming suspectsA page turner a sleep stealer a grim adventure But an excellent addition to the crime thriller genre One little glitch though the uotes from the Bible might be correct but it is unlikely for non religious people to conjure up instantaneous memory of them Even devoted Christians might find it a challenge so off the cuff That was not convincingNonetheless my first encounter with Anne Trager's translations was 'The Paris Lawyer' by Sylvie Granotier 'The 7th Woman' can be regarded as one of the best but not totally on the same level as far as literary mastery is concerned It's purely a scientific investigative tour de force but eually enjoyable to read though Enough to inspire me to find the rest of them Besides it was written in good taste not causing the loss of one thunderous drama beat in the highly suspenseful narrative This copy was provided through edelweissabovethetreelinecom for review

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La 7e FemmeL 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 resis 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