- Available in: Paperback, Ebook
- Published: June 16, 2017
A leisurely morning in the Louvre? What could possibly go wrong?
For Ava Sext, a transplanted Londoner who sells books from an outdoor stand in Paris that overlooks the Seine River, a visit to the Louvre ends with the murder of an artist who leaves her a clue to his death before he dies.
With the help of her fellow book seller, Henri DeAth, a former notary in a country where notaries are a powerful caste who not only know where the bodies are buried but helped bury them, Ava investigates a group of artists and discovers a mythical painting someone is willing to kill for and that includes killing her!
“Death in the Louvre” is a light-hearted cozy mystery set in Paris, a city where food, wine and crime make life worth living… along with a few books & Mercury, the cat.
Books in “The Paris Booksellers Mysteries” can be read in any order as each book is a stand-alone mystery in a series with recurring characters.