Maybe you'll remember me. I am the lady who bought a book yesterday afternoon at the "Livre sur la Place" in Nancy.
I told you that I usually read American or English thrillers (we mentionned Conelly) but nevertheless you convinced me and I bought your last book "Homicide Postmortem".
This book is in fact for my daughter, Maud but I started reading it yesterday at 10.00 pm and ended it at...4.00 pm !
Needless to tell you that I enjoyed it very much. It is definitely what the Americans call a "pageturner" and once you start reading it, you cannot let it down.
I think I'll read more of your books......I like your style; it is clear, concise but precise. The storyline is tightly plotted. Moreover, you have a good command of the French language, which is
not often the case with today’s authors.
Thank you for giving me this pleasure.
I hope you will keep pleasant memories of Nancy and especially of the “Livre sur la Place”
Wishing you the very best.
médecin chef du service de néphrologie dialyse au centre hospitalier sud francilien de 1982 à 2009, j'écris des romans policiers médicaux ( 11 parutions depuis 2005 dont un livre "témoignage" sur la médecine)