Extraordinary People

Extraordinary People

Book - 2016
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Half-Scottish, half-Italian Enzo MacLeod used to be one of the top forensics experts in Scotland, and now he lives in Toulouse, working as a university professor. Divorced in Scotland and widowed in France, he has an estranged Scottish daughter and a French daughter he has raised by himself. As if his life isn't complicated enough, he soon finds himself unexpectedly in the hunt for solutions to some vexing cold cases thanks to an ill-advised wager about the power of forensic science. Meanwhile, in Paris, a man desperately seeking sanctuary flees into a church. The next day, his sudden disappearance will make him famous throughout France. Deep in the catacombs below the City of Light, MacLeod unearths disturbing clues deliberately left behind by a killer. But as the retired forensics expert draws closer to the truth, he discovers he may just wind up the next victim for his troubles.
Publisher: New York : Quercus 2016.
ISBN: 9781681443652
1681443651
Branch Call Number: MAY
Characteristics: 382 pages ;,21 cm.

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akarenina Oct 07, 2012

This had a rather formulaic plot , and at 1/3 of the way through I was getting bored. If you are not familiar with the Ile de France, you will become confused following the action. The last 1/4 makes it worth the slog in the beginning.

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