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  • The Missing Corpse

    Superb 👏 I bought the book, read the book loving every word, in one day. Now I must wait, and dream of the next adventure. 🌹

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  • The Missing Corpse

    Too much history, and other useless detail.........................................................

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  • Not to be missed!

    Brittany, law-enforcement, teamwork, murder-investigation, oyster-culture, Celtic-heritage-societies, translated, theft ***** As innovative as Sicilian Commissario Montalbano and as irreverent as Dr Siri Paiboun, that is Breton Commissario Georges Dupin. The murder mystery is diabolical and guaranteed to baffle the reader. The characters are all too realistic and the scenery is awe inspiring. Have I established that I loved it and that you can read the summary in the publisher's blurb or other reviews? Good. I live in Wisconsin and have no idea about things like raising oysters for marketing or the viruses they are susceptible to. Nor did I know that there is an international problem of the theft of sand for industrial purposes. And I admit to not being aware of current Transceltic cultural heritage societies beyond those whose forebears came from Scotland and Eire. Guess I must have been living in a box or something. But I do know a few things about working with law enforcement, enough to know how much the dedicated ones are alike regardless of national allegiance! Commissario Dupin is one of the finest and I'm very happy that this translation is now available in English! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Minotaur Books/St Martin's Press via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • Thouroughly recommended series

    Fantastic - as all this series has been. Aside from the crimes characters enjoy their lives and I have learned from every book; about Brittany; about seas salt, about oyster farming... The main detective is human and likeable (reminds me of Montalbano) and has not, thus far, become monotonous, as too many do. I look forward to further books.

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