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Folly Du Jour

Barbara Cleverly

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Joe Sandilands, Fiction, Crime & mystery

Joe hurries to the assistance of an old friend who has been arrested for murder. In a cell of the Quai des Orfevres he meets with Sir George Jardine still in the evening dress stained with the blood of the dead man. Assistance for Joe comes from Francine, a young usherette at the Paris Music Hall, it is she who becomes Joe's guide.


The seventh in the Joe Sandilands murder mystery series

Folies Bergere, Paris, December 1926& Joe hurries to the assistance of an old friend who has been arrested for murder. In a cell of the Quai des Orfevres he meets with Sir George Jardine, still in the evening dress stained with the blood of the dead man. The only other witness, a blonde who was sharing the victim's box, has vanished. Assistance for Joe comes from an entirely unexpected quarter - Francine, a young usherette, clawing her way into the world of the Paris Music Hall. It is she who becomes Joe's guide through this treacherous place where Joe is sure the killer is lurking.

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Praise for Folly Du Jour

  • Cleverly's (novel) evokes and in some ways surpasses the work of Agatha Christie - Publishers Weekly

  • The atmosphere of the dying days of the Raj is colourfully captured' - Sunday Telegraph

  • A great blood and guts blockbuster - Guardian

  • Solidly plotted throughout - Literary Review

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Barbara Cleverly

Barbara Cleverly was born in the north of England and is a graduate of Durham University. A former French teacher, her Joe Sandilands series was inspired by the contents of an old trunk in her attic. She now lives in the middle of Cambridge.

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