Mystery in Montmartre
Sixty Mortal Sins
Angels and Thieves
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ANGELS AND THIEVES completes the art mystery trilogy. André Gensonne, a Parisian attorney with a penchant for solving art crime, needs a miracle. Now married to American Anne Marie Morgan, André has more to lose, in a life or death scenario too horrible to comprehend. He must protect Anne. His friend's vision of Raphael's angels exasperates André as thugs, an old nemesis, and an eccentric woman with a mysterious past cloud the investigation. Timing is essential.
SIXTY MORTAL SINS is the sequel to MYSTERY IN MONTMARTRE. Everything André Gensonne holds dear hangs by a thread. His beloved grandfather betrayed the family and endangered the reputation of their four-generations law firm for an obsession. How could André protect his family from public humiliation? His reputation, his grandfather's, the firm--all were in jeopardy. And behind the deceit, rumors of a lost Caravaggio, last seen in France three hundred years ago, is linked to his grandfather. The painting was St. Sebastian, and when a second St. Sebastian appears, all seems lost. Even his colleague and friend is suspicious.
MYSTERY IN MONTMARTRE introduces André Gensonne, an art crime attorney from a prominent Parisian family. Discovering a disturbing painting in an obscure museum in Montmartre upends his predictable life. The model for the painting's subject resembles Anne, an American woman André met at a U.S. university when he was a teen. The water scene, and the drowning woman, plunges him back to Calvi Bay and his brother's death. The painting disappears. André searches for it and the woman he has not forgotten, tasking his colleague and friend, Michel la Roche, with the initial search. Clues lead back to Montmartre. When long-concealed secrets threaten the integrity of the family's four-generation law firm, Andre must choose between protecting their legacy and justice.
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