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Murder in Bel-Air

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Murder in Bel-Air by Cara Black
Hardcover
Jun 04, 2019 | ISBN 9781616959296
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    Feb 04, 2020 | ISBN 9781641291347

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    Jun 04, 2019 | ISBN 9781616959296

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    Jun 04, 2019 | ISBN 9781616959302

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Praise for Murder in Bel-Air

“Captivating . . . Aimée doesn’t need to pack heat on these adventures; the stiletto heels of her Louboutin ankle boots are weapon enough.”
—Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review

“Rich in Parisian settings and vernacular, Murder in Bel-Air is easily accessible and enjoyable to new and long-time readers alike.” 
—BookPage

“As always, the characters are smartly drawn, the plotting is complex but believable, and the Parisian setting is both charming and, at times, deadly. This is a fine continuation of an ongoing family drama, mixed together with international intrigue.”
—Deadly Pleasures Magazine

“One of her best . . . Whether read as a crime story with roots in international politics or as the latest chapter in a fascinating family drama, this is a deeply satisfying and entertaining novel.”
Booklist, Starred Review

Praise for Murder on the Left Bank

“Even after 17 books, Ms. Black has intriguing corners of Paris to reveal—from an enclave of ateliers once home to the likes of Gauguin and Rodin to a crime-ridden neighborhood where ‘no one wanted to be witnessed witnessing.’”
The Wall Street Journal 

“One of [Black’s] strongest mysteries . . . But the real joy of Murder on the Left Bank is in its familiar cast and its thoughtful, witty, occasionally melancholy evocation of Paris, the city where we keep so many of our most beautiful ideas about what life might mean.” 
USA Today

“Marvelous . . . Murder on the Left Bank boasts all of Black’s trademark charms, including deft plotting, sharp dialog and colorful sights and sounds.”
—Chicago Tribune 
 
“Cara Black’s Aimée Leduc is a gem: a stylish, brave private detective (and new mom) who zips around Paris on a scooter . . . Beguiling tours of some of Paris’ little-known corners.”  
The Seattle Times

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