When you pass a stranger on the street, how can you know that he is a killer?
Claude Cousteau lives by a code of honour based on his own ideal of human worth. No one is held in higher esteem than Felix Dumas, a successful but corrupt lawyer, who nonetheless commands Cousteau’s absolute respect and loyalty.
In search of a new start, recent divorcee Martha Burton moves to a picturesque French village, unaware of the danger she will find there.
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Living and writing in SW France, I like to create interesting, believable characters with proper flaws. Some of my characters are not very nice people, but you won’t find stereotypes. I write most days and at other times I’ll have my head in a good book, be pulling weeds, walking in the countryside or braving the mosquitoes to do some star gazing. If I had my life again I’d be an astronomer!