Murder In Dordogne

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Diplomat Robbie Cutler and his bride Sylvie have spent an adventurous honeymoon in the scenic Dordogne region of France. The scenery and good food were expected--the murders were not!

They discover the Chateau de Rastignac, the French White House, and its secrets. It was in this historic chateau that the French owners tried to hide priceless paintings from the Nazis during World War Two. But the paintings disappeared, and have not been seen ...

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Overview

Diplomat Robbie Cutler and his bride Sylvie have spent an adventurous honeymoon in the scenic Dordogne region of France. The scenery and good food were expected--the murders were not!

They discover the Chateau de Rastignac, the French White House, and its secrets. It was in this historic chateau that the French owners tried to hide priceless paintings from the Nazis during World War Two. But the paintings disappeared, and have not been seen since that time.

The Cutler honeymoon is abruptly interrupted by the discovery of a murder victim, a young woman who served with the French Resistance. Solving the mystery of her death--and the possible fate of the missing paintings--takes some sleuthing through Resistance history.

History ends when a vicious killer tries to murder the newlyweds. Then it is a race against time, before the killer strikes once again.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595350810
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/15/2005
  • Series: Robbie Cutler Diplomatic Mystery Series , #3
  • Pages: 252
  • Product dimensions: 0.57 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2005

    Best William S. Shepard has written

    I had been anxiously looking forward to more books by Mr. Shepard. I was very excited that he continued the adventures of Robbie Cutler and was not disapointed for my wait. It was a real page-turner. The storyline is orginal with a great surprise ending. I only wish Mr. Shepard would release his books more frequently. I don't like to wait so long for a great story. His stories are wellthoughtout and very well researched. Please write more. We need more quality written books on the market. I am hoping some smart producer will have a TV series about Robbie Cutler.

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