Cara Black's AimEe Leduc mystery series transports listeners to the streets of Paris for dark crime stories. Working in her office, AimEe is surprised by Mireille, a Haitian immigrant who claims to be her sister. But before AimEe can learn more, Mireille disappears, leaving only a note behind. Following up on the note, AimEe soon becomes wrapped up in a sprawling international conspiracy.
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by Cara Black
"AimŽe Leduc is a Parisian computer security analyst who finds herself caught up in the murder investigation of a Haitian professor. At the same time, an illegal Haitian immigrant walks into AimŽe's office and announces she is her sister. Carine Montbertrand is adept with the French place names and expressions, and she successfully creates multiple French and Haitian characters with distinct accents. The dialogue lacks originality, but Montbertrand does her best with it. She is expert at delivering the frenetic pacing as the stubborn AimŽe races through university laboratories, libraries, cafŽs, and Paris's catacombs seeking answers that involve corruption, international finance, and voodoo. A.B. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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