The Templars' Last Secret

Bruno, Chief of Police 10

Bruno, Chef de police 10

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In this latest mouthwatering mystery starring country policeman, Bruno, the body of a woman is found outside a cave beneath the ruined Templar chateau of Commarque in the heart of the Dordogne. She died of a broken neck. An accidental fall, or was she pushed?
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Martin Walker is a prize-winning journalist and the author of several acclaimed works of non-fiction, including The Cold War: A History. He lives in the Dordogne and Washington, DC.
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 352
Erscheinungsdatum 08.03.2018
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-78429-469-4
Verlag Quercus Publishing Plc
Maße (L/B/H) 17,7/11,1/3,5 cm
Gewicht 192 g
Verkaufsrang 670
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von einer Kundin/einem Kunden am 10.05.2018
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Bruno hat keine Zeit für die Liebe! Wiedereinmal halten ihn und den Leser aktuelle Konflikte und alte Geschichten in Atem. Für gutes Essen reicht die Zeit in der Dordogne immer!

The Templars' Last Secret
von miss.mesmerized am 13.06.2017
Bewertet: gebundene Ausgabe

Rural France, St Denis in the Périgord region. Police officer Bruno this time has company: the Justice Ministry has send Amélie Plessis to get insight into basic police work. Before they can really get to know each other, they are called to the Commarque castle where a young woman... Rural France, St Denis in the Périgord region. Police officer Bruno this time has company: the Justice Ministry has send Amélie Plessis to get insight into basic police work. Before they can really get to know each other, they are called to the Commarque castle where a young woman was found dead. She seems to have been about to write some graffiti on the wall when she fell down. But soon they detect traces of foul play. The place of the crime scene does not seem to have been chosen by coincidence and soon Bruno and Amélie have to realise that they are not dealing with a simple murder case here, killing out of love or the like, but they are in the middle of an international plot of terrorism which threatens the lovely and peaceful region. In his tenth case, we meet Bruno as we already know him from former novels: down to earth, a weakness for good food and the landscape and in order to solve his cases, he relies on his knowledge of the human nature and his good contacts in the region. Another woman enters the bachelor’s life, but this time she does not immediately win his heart, they have a rather professional relationship which turns over to some kind of friendship and liking. Both protagonists seem to be quite authentic and drawn from life. The case is much more complicated than most of the others before. This time, the cause does not lie within the region or the people from the Périgord, but Martin Walker constructs a complex case of well-known Templar legends which are always attractive to a lot of people due to the mysteries around the order and any unanswered questions – not to talk of the Holy Grail – combined with international terrorism and threats as we, sadly, have witnessed in the last few years in Europe. I especially liked the development of the plot which made absolutely sense from an investigative point of view and was in no way farfetched in its extent. All in all, exactly what I would expect in a novel from the Bruno series: an interesting case of murder imbedded in the beautiful French countryside with hints at its food and culture.