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  • Murder on Brittany Shores

    I am thoroughly enjoying this series! Starting the next book as soon as it is possible.

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  • Well written description but too plodding

    I enjoyed this book. The description of Brittany are beautiful and partly my reason for choosing this author. I had hoped to visit this area of Brittany in June. CoVid19 may change that. I did find the story line a bit plodding. There are other authors of books about French detectives which I have enjoyed more.

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  • Great!

    thriller, suspense, international-crime-and-mystery, procedural, law-enforcement, maritime, Brittany France Let's start with: I really enjoyed the book, I have no idea whether the translation was good or bad, and this is the audio (which saved me from feeble pronunciations) so I have been spared any typos. The due diligence in this case is both well done and beyond the call. Out in the archipelago of Brittany the weather is surprising at the best of times, but when major storms roll in it is impossible (just like mobile or marine radio reception). The case begins with three corpses that have been in the water and progressed on to greed, fraud, and more. I loved it! Jean Brassard is the narrator who not only sounds like he is Commissaire Dupin but does a great job with all of the characters.

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