Murder Without Pity
Paris at the start of the second millennium is dark with fog, riots over police killings, and Far Right demagogues frightening the confused.
Such is the millieu surrounding dogged state criminal investigator Stanislas Cassel at the Palace of Justice. However, this grandson of a French propagandist for the Nazis during their World War II Occupation, ashamed of his family's infamy, avoids anything political. Instead he buries himself tracking ...
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