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Camille: The Final Paris Crime Files Thriller

Pierre Lemaitre

6 Reviews

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The Paris Crime Files, Fiction, Crime & mystery, Fiction in translation

The acclaimed, worldwide bestselling third book in the Brigade Criminelle Trilogy, reissued in a stunning new package to tie in with Lemaitre's standalone thriller BLOOD WEDDING.

WITH NOTHING ELSE TO LOSE

Anne Forestier finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time when she blunders into a raid on a jeweller's on the Champs-Elysees. Bludgeoned beyond recognition, she is lucky to survive. But her ordeal has only just begun.

HE CAN BREAK ALL THE RULES

Lying helpless in her hospital bed, with her assailant still at large, Anne is in mortal danger. Only one thing gives her hope: Commandant Camille Verhoeven.

TO PROTECT THE WOMAN HE LOVES

For Verhoeven it's a case of history repeating itself. He cannot lose Anne as he lost his wife. This time he faces an adversary whose greatest strength appears to be Verhoeven's matchless powers of intuition.

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Praise for Camille: The Final Paris Crime Files Thriller

  • Lemaitre is worthy of all the fuss. - Independent.

  • Crime fiction of the highest class. - Daily Mail.

  • Superior crime fiction, worthy of the international attention it has received. - Washington Post.

  • A satisfying finis to the trilogy. - Independent.

  • This original and poignant story is the final instalment in a trilogy that has been a dazzling success. - Literary Review.

  • Delivering more than its fair share of twists and turns, Camille is also a beautifully naunced portrait of a most unlikely hero, and one who's absence - if this truly is the last we'll see of Commandant Verh ven - will be keenly felt. - Irish Times.

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Pierre Lemaitre

Pierre Lemaitre was born in Paris in 1951. He worked for many years as a teacher of literature before becoming a novelist. He was awarded the Crime Writers' Association International Dagger, alongside Fred Vargas, for Alex. In 2013 his novel Au revoir la-haut (The Great Swindle, in English translation) won the Prix Goncourt, France's leading literary award.

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