Disaster at the Vendome Theater (A Provençal Mystery #10) (Paperback)
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This is book number 10 in the A Provençal Mystery series.
- #1: Death at the Chateau Bremont (A Provençal Mystery #1) (Paperback): $17.00
- #2: Murder in the Rue Dumas (A Provençal Mystery #2) (Paperback): $16.00
- #3: Death in the Vines (A Provençal Mystery #3) (Paperback): $18.08
- #4: Murder on the Ile Sordou (A Provençal Mystery #4) (Paperback): $19.21
- #5: The Mystery of the Lost Cezanne (A Provençal Mystery #5) (Paperback): $17.00
- #6: The Curse of La Fontaine (A Provençal Mystery #6) (Paperback): $18.08
- #7: The Secrets of the Bastide Blanche (A Provençal Mystery #7) (Paperback): $17.00
- #8: A Noël Killing (A Provençal Mystery #8) (Paperback): $16.00
- #9: The Vanishing Museum on the Rue Mistral (A Provençal Mystery #9) (Paperback): $17.00
Calamity befalls the little Vendome Theater in the tenth installment of the sun- and wine-soaked Provençal Mystery Series.
Provençal Mystery Series #10
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When Jean-Marc Sauvet, successful lawyer and the best friend of Aix-en-Provence’s examining magistrate Antoine Verlaque, accepted a small role in a local theater’s summer production of Marcel Pagnol’s Cigalon, he had no idea that the lead actress would be played by the great Liliane Poncet. But Jean-Marc’s excitement about rubbing elbows with one of France’s legendary film stars is quickly extinguished. The lead actor, Gauthier Lesage, is rude and unenthusiastic, and nobody understands how he got the part. Chaos reigns backstage thanks to the absentminded theater director. And everyone seems to be harboring a secret. When one of the actors goes missing for good, it’s up to the soon-to-be-a-father Verlaque and his police commissioner, Bruno Paulik, to untangle the threads of a mystery that seems to get more complicated every day…
About the Author
M. L. Longworth has lived in Aix-en-Provence since 1997. She has written about the region for The Washington Post, The Times (London), The Independent (London), and Bon Appétit. She is the author of a bilingual collection of essays, Une Américaine en Provence, published by La Martinière in 2004. She is married and has one daughter.