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More than ten million copies of Fred Vargas’s Commissaire Adamsberg mysteries have been sold worldwide. Now, American readers are getting hooked on the internationally bestselling author’s unsettling blend of crime and the supernatural.
As the chief of police in Paris’s seventh arrondissement, Commissaire Adamsberg has no jurisdiction in Ordebec. Yet, he cannot ignore a widow’s plea. Her daughter Lina has seen a vision of the Ghost Riders with four nefarious men. According to the thousand-year-old legend, the vision means that the men will soon die a grisly death. When one of them disappears, Adamsberg races to Ordebec, where he becomes entranced by the gorgeous Lina—and embroiled in the small Normandy town’s ancient feud.
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Lively dialogue, well-defined characters and a sophisticated sense of humor add up to delightfully intelligent entertainment.Read Full Review of The Ghost Riders of Ordebec: ... | See more reviews from Kirkus
Vargas’s combination of humor and fair-play plotting, reminiscent of John Dickson Carr, has never been better.Read Full Review of The Ghost Riders of Ordebec: ... | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
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