Win a FREE Killer Trip to Paris with Cara!
Read a story about the contest from the Washington Post, and visit ParisIsForMurder.com to find out how you could join Cara in Paris this fall!
Coming Soon: Murder on the Champ de Mars
“Delectable… another smashing and suspenseful tale.”
—BBC Culture, “Ten Books to Read in March”
“Black once again delivers what her readers crave: high-speed Parisian peregrinations, chic suspense, a touch of humor, and the indomitable Aimée, as unstoppable with a baby strapped to her hip as she was with one growing in her belly.”
“Sassy, openhearted Aimée Leduc is back for a 15th outing that takes readers to Paris’s elegant, old-gold seventh arrondissement. It’s not all luxe, though; even as Aimée balances work-life responsibilities as a new mom with a detective agency to run, she helps a poor Gypsy boy whose dangerously ill mother has a secret to share.”
Paris, April 1999: Aimée Leduc has her work cut out for her—running her detective agency and fighting off sleep deprivation as she tries to be a good single mother to her new bébé. The last thing she has time for now is to take on a personal investigation for a poor manouche (Gypsy) boy. But he insists his dying mother has an important secret she needs to tell Aimée, something to do with Aimée’s father’s unsolved murder a decade ago. How can she say no?
The dying woman’s secret is even more dangerous than her son realized. When Aimée arrives at the hospital, the boy’s mother has disappeared. She was far too sick to leave on her own—she must have been abducted. What does she know that’s so important it’s worth killing for? And will Aimée be able to find her before it’s too late and the medication keeping her alive runs out?
The Paris Trip with Cara sponsored by Politics & Prose Bookstore is sold out, but another trip may be added if there’s enough demand! Send an email to Cara if you’re interested in being added to a waiting list or to receive information if a second trip is scheduled.
Murder In Pigalle has been named a 2014 Favorite at The Rap Sheet and a Notable Bay Area Book by the San Francisco Chronicle