In this sequel to the very successful Paris Requiem, Marguerite de Landois again finds herself embroiled in a mystery - this time involving her husband, the Count de Landois. She again calls upon Chief Inspector Durand to help her unravel the mystery. The setting of fin-de-siecle France is fascinating and atmospheric.
About the author
Lisa Appignanesi was born in Poland and grew up in Canada and France. A prize-winning novelist and writer, she is a former Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. She is the author (with John Forrester) of the classic study Freud's Women, the Charles Taylor Prize shortlisted Losing the Dead, and the award-winning Mad, Bad, and Sad: Women and the Mind Doctors. Lisa lives in London, England.
Other titles by Lisa Appignanesi
ALL ABOUT LOVE ANATOMY OF AN UNRULY EMOTION
Anatomy of an Unruly Emotion
Mad, Bad And Sad
A History of Women and the Mind Doctors from 1800 to the present
Sad, Mad and Bad
Women and the Mind-Doctors from 1800
The Memory Man
Losing the Dead
A Family Memoir