The Assassin in the Marais
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St. Martin's Publishing Group, 2011.
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Claude Izner., & Claude Izner|AUTHOR. (2011). The Assassin in the Marais . St. Martin's Publishing Group.

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Claude Izner and Claude Izner|AUTHOR. 2011. The Assassin in the Marais. St. Martin's Publishing Group.

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Claude Izner and Claude Izner|AUTHOR. The Assassin in the Marais St. Martin's Publishing Group, 2011.

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Claude Izner, and Claude Izner|AUTHOR. The Assassin in the Marais St. Martin's Publishing Group, 2011.

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The clock of the Église Trinité had just struck eight o'clock in the morning when, without warning, an ear-splitting explosion ripped through the district. A building on rue de Clichy rocked on its foundations, and within seconds its staircase had collapsed from top to bottom and its windows had shattered.

His body vibrated with the shock of the blast and he thought only: Apocalypse. The street began to dance before his eyes. The dust pricked his nostrils, but what invaded him was something other than its bitter odour, something that seemed to emerge as a long-suppressed memory of a past experience. It was the echo of what had happened long ago. A sign.



Paris, Spring 1892. Intrepid bookseller Victor Legris stumbles upon a new case to investigate when his business partner Kenji Mori's apartment is burgled. Curiously, the only item stolen is a decorative goblet of little value. But on learning that two people who were connected to the goblet have been murdered, Victor becomes convinced of its secret significance. He launches himself into the investigation, which takes him through the underbelly of Paris, in hot pursuit of the goblet as it is thrown in the garbage, picked up by a rag collector, and resold by several antique merchants, all the while leaving more dead bodies in its wake. How quickly can Victor recover the goblet and end the killing spree, in a city beset with terrorist activity by anarchists? Equal parts action, character, and atmosphere, The Assassin in the Marais is Victor's most challenging case yet.
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