It’sbecome my experience that Martin Walker is one of those detective writers who’s work is very easy to enjoy. It features a small town cop set in the warm south of France the backdrop for his novels is very soothing indeed: it’s very small town and not at all big city. And his plots, this one in particular, are virtually Byzantine in their complexity —- enough so as to keep you scratching you head as you read. Very much to be recommended especially on gray, drizzle autumn day.
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An accomplished writer and an engaging story with a continuous sense of intrigue. I look forward to the author's next novel featuring the clever Bruno set in captivating rural France.
The second book in the Bruno, Chief of Police Investigation series. READ BOOK 3
If you love fine food, the “Continental” way of life, and are an unabashed oenophile, I highly recommend you try this series. For the rest of us, the sections devoted to wine making, wine tasting, and wine appreciation can get a little repetitive but don’t let that stop you. It’s still a fine story with a satisfying ending.
These books by Martin Walker, starring the gendarme Bruno, are a fun easy read with a bit of French flair to add to the mix.
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