Death in the Dordogne - Louis Sanders Reviews
Description:ISBN 185242673X / Author: Louis Sanders / Genre: Crime / Thriller
Newest Review: ... is not the first son of the family to die and it was not an accidental death. Intrigued, The Englishman starts to ... more
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by - written on 29/11/06 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I have to say that I was expecting this book to be a trashy read. Not all was as expected though; I imagined from the name of the author that he was English. Louise Sanders is actually French, although married to an English wife, and the book was written in his native language and translated. This gave me some hope for a while that it might be a bit better than trashy; unfortunately this was not the case. The book was completely readable and would be perfect for a day at the beach, but apart from that there is not much to recommend it. The Englishman from Berthonie as the narrator of the story is known, gave up a successful career and partner to live in ... Read the complete review
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