Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Missing Maltese

Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Missing Maltese

by Robert Harris


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Claude Monet, basking in the glow of his first success as a private eye (Claude Monet, Private Eye: The Pilfered Paintings), celebrates by taking a two-day cruise down the Seine to Le Havre with wife Alice and dog Toulouse. All goes well until another passenger's dog, a Maltese named Chloe, goes missing. Everyone assumes the dog simply wandered off somewhere to take a nap. But then a ransom note appears, and the boat becomes a crime scene. That's when the captain asks Claude to look into the matter. Claude begins questioning the passengers and crew, and to his dismay finds more than a few people with adequate motive to commit the crime. The police can't be called in or Chloe will meet an untimely end. So it's up to Claude to put the pieces together before the boat arrives back in Paris in just a few hours. Can he do it? He knows it won't be a walk in the cake, but he's going to give it his best effort.***Robert Harris is a writer, inventor, and puzzle constructor. His books include 101 Things NOT to Do Before You Die , The Jesus Perspective: A Faith That May Surprise You, and the best-selling thriller The Möbius Incident. All are available at

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798606406852
Publisher: Independently published
Publication date: 01/30/2020
Series: Claude Monet, Private Eye , #2
Pages: 214
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Robert Harris is an English author and former journalist. He began his publishing career in non-fiction but is best known for his works of historical fiction. His first novel an alternate history Fatherland was published in 1992 and later adapted by HBO in1994 into a movie. His second novel 1995's Enigma was also made into a film. Harris' 1998 novel Archangel was made into a miniseries for the BBC staring Daniel Craig. in 2006 he published Imperium which was the beginning of his Cicero Trilogy. He is married to Gill Hornby, sister of famous novelist Nick Hornby.

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