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April in Paris is a time for crime when a woman is blinded after an attack in the Passage Boule Blanche. Was the attacker actually a serial killer, or was he really after another woman who was similarly dressed--and found dead in the next passage?

©2004 Cara Black (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Ursula
  • 22-11-11

Very dark plot

The story was well-developed, written & performed. However the subject of the story was very dark & depressing - pre/post WWII in France. If you are interested in a Nazi tale then you will enjoy this read. The heroine is a strong female lead and her partner overcomes a multitude of obstacles arising from his short stature. My ratings reflect my personal aversion to the subject matter & my Pollyanna wish for the 'happy ending'.

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