Death Undercover: Bruno, Chief of Police 7

Death Undercover Bruno Chief of Police b PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AS CHILDREN OF WARBruno chief of police is under pressure He s investigating a murder one his bosses would rather he left alone Bruno chef de police in the French town of St

  • Title: Death Undercover: Bruno, Chief of Police 7
  • Author: Martin Walker
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  • Page: 302
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  • b PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AS CHILDREN OF WARBruno, chief of police, is under pressure He s investigating a murder one his bosses would rather he left alone Bruno, chef de police in the French town of St Denis, is already busy with a case when the body of an undercover French Muslim cop is found in the woods, a man who called Bruno for help only hours before But Bruno s sometime boss and rival, the Brigadier, doesn t see this investigation as a priority there are bigger issues at stake Bruno has other ideas Meanwhile, a Muslim youth named Sami turns up at a French army base in Afghanistan hoping to get home to St Denis One of Bruno s old army comrades helps to smuggle Sami back to France, but the FBI aren t far behind Then an American woman appears in St Denis with a warrant for Sami s extradition Bruno must unravel these multiple mysteries, amidst pressure from his bosses, and find his own way to protect his town and its people.

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    • This story is very up to the moment, even as I was reading it. Similar events were unfolding on newsreels . Martin Walker has an uncanny knack of placing Bruno in situations which could be taking place anywhere in the world, but placing them in the beautiful Dordogne gives them an added poignancy. We know we can always rely on Bruno to save the day while still managing to have a personal life. Thoroughly enjoyable

    • I love this whole Bruno series. This is the fifth Bruno book I've read. They bring to life the whole Perigordine experience - the scenery, the people, small Dordogne town life, the history, the food and the wines. I live in the Dordogne and would thoroughly recommend this series to anyone who lives here, has visited the area or would like to! Well researched, well written and an exciting page turner, in other words a really good read.

    • This is good reading to take along on a long train ride. It keeps you hooked and you get some important information about an interesting period of European history

    • THIS JUST IN, January 11, 2015: This book, "Children of War," was published by Quercus in Britain and began selling here on U.S. in mid year 2014. Now some six or seven months later this exact same book is about to be published in the U.S. by Knopf and sold on under a different title, "The Children Return." Meanwhile, 's Vine program is sending out advance copies using the new title to its reviewers, which is how I ended up with twin books with different titles. Thought you should know. I con [...]

    • There's much to like in this latest installment of the Captain Bruno series. Regular readers will find the protagonist involved in problems--criminal, political, romantic and cuisine-related--on the familiar territory of the estimable Perigord in rural south central France. Author Martin Walker spins a heavier than usual tale in this one, with parallel plot lines that in fact center around the children of wars of two different periods of French history, WWII and contemporary terrorism. The vi [...]

    • Bruno Correges embodies three policemen we admire and want: Andy Griffith, Columbo, and Hercule Poirot for good measure. Deep in Perigord France, centered at St. Denis, Bruno shares his love of all things simply French: Food, wine, good hunting dogs, truffles, and the ebbs-n-flows of small town life. He also guides us through the drama of keeping this life safe - from murderers, from con-artists, from crime syndicates, from terrorists, and even from the EU bureaucrats. This is a book series to r [...]

    • There is never a dull moment in this book. The action is nonstop and the plot is very topical, that of Islamists infiltrating a local large Mosque. The action unfolds as a plot to take out a returning autistic Frenchman, who knows far too many things about jihadis in Afganistan.I love this series and can hardly wait for the next. Bruno, an orphan, is the chief of Police, in fact the only policeman of the tiny French town of St. Denis in the south of France. For a quiet sleepy town there is a [...]

    • Bruno, Chief of Police, is for me one of the best police procedurals in today's book world. The people of St.Denis lodge in your heart and when you turn the last page of each volume you are disappointed there isn't more.Children is the theme of Bruno's efforts to discover a murderer and protect their lives both the currently young and those few who survived WWII.There is the added charm of the French wine county, the local culture, and the wonderful food that inspires one to try an amateur's ha [...]

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