Things can get pretty dark in the City of Light
Claire Baskerville is a sixty-something American who finds herself alone in Paris when her husband is brutally murdered. Reeling from the onslaught of devastating secrets he left behind Claire is stunned to realize she no longer knows who to trust.
She only knows she can’t move forward until she finds out the truth behind who killed her husband.
In spite of a genetic brain anomaly that makes it impossible for her to remember faces –even ones she’d seen just moments before, and all alone in a foreign city, Claire doggedly collects the clues that will lead her to her husband’s killer.
Unfortunately, the closer she gets to the truth, the more determined that killer is to make sure she never leaves Paris alive.
When you really don’t see it coming .
This novel will keep you guessing with a little suspense to the very end.
Too many errors
I’m enjoying this story of an American woman who finds herself alone in Paris after her husband is murdered in their hotel. But the book is read by the author who sounds very much like Martha Stewart. That’s a little distracting. She reads quickly and with very little expression. I wish they had gotten someone with a more interesting voice and style. Also, there are a lots of random skips and repeats as if the recording was not edited.
As I listened though I enjoyed the story the narrator spoke to quickly at times so it was easy to get lost.