The Devil's Cave: A Bruno Courrèges Investigation (Bruno Courreges 5) Paperback – 20 Jun 2013
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'If you're looking for some engaging entertainment as a beach read or for a wet afternoon then you're unlikely to go far wrong' Bookbag. (Bookbag)
'The irresistible Bruno ... leaping up mountains and plunging into caves as he prevents various ingenious crimes and plots from upsetting the traditional way of life in St Denis' Literary Review. (Literary Review)
'A page turning thriller ... well crafted and enjoyable' Denis McShane, Tribune. (Tribune)
'Makes for pleasant holiday reading with its panoramic picture of life in all those Dordogne towns and hamlets' Shotsblog. (Shotsblog)
About the Author
Martin Walker is a prize-winning journalist and the author of several acclaimed works of non-fiction, including The Cold War: A History. He lives in the Dordogne and Washington, DC.
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Walker paints a great picture of the life of Bruno, police chief, gentleman, former soldier, two women on the go, connections to secret police, all amidst charming community life, friends and foes.
Makes you want to live among them.
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Fairly good, but as I am not a 'foodie' I thought the rather excessive food description a distraction from the plot.Published 12 months ago by captain a gatt
Interesting to read about this region of France once again and always plenty of twists and turns within the story with the familiar charactersPublished on 16 Nov. 2013 by P. Marsh