Monday, June 4, 2012

Cara Black at the American Library in Paris

Murder at the Lanterne Rouge: An Aimee Leduc Investigation (Aimee Leduc Investigations)

This Wednesday June 6th, 2012 at 19:30, The American Library in Paris presents-- Evenings with an Author-- featuring Cara Black, award-winning author of the Aimee Leduc P.I. mystery series. Murder at the Lanterne Rouge is Black's twelfth Leduc novel.

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, she's been working on the series since 1998. Black will receive the Medaille de la ville de Paris on June 22nd. With titles like Murder in the Marais, Murder in Montmartre, Murder in Passy, Aimee solves crimes in nearly every arrondissement while Cara interviews flics, detectives and cafe owners for research.

Booklist calls her protagonist: "...a delightfully unbuttoned Audrey Hepburn for the twenty-first century..." That one quote in itself makes me want to read every one of them.

Deadly Pleasures says: "...No one does Paris better than Black..."

If I was in Paris this week, you would find me here. If you're in Paris, don't miss it.
Excuse me while I get back to my book!

American Library in Paris  is located at:
10, rue du General Camou
(Just off the Champs de Mars and the Eiffel Tower)
75007 Paris, France
• Tel. +33 (0)1 53 59 12 60
http://www.americanlibraryinparis.org/


5 comments:

samovar said...

so nice of you to tweet about this reading! cara is great and the library a hidden gem!
andrea aka 3samovar

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

NOW THIS IS SUCCESS! I still think that if you have made it to Paris, New York or any other big city, you have arrived. AHHH!

Anita

Anne Delon said...

Ack! Just saw this so now it's too late. Wish you were here so we could've gone together!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

OOOOH KIRSTEN! YIPEEEEE !!!! I just saw your comment and I will put you on the list NOW because I am having to finish my post tonight for sure. THANK YOU dearest and you are the perfect person for this party! See you in PARIS starting tomorrow. Anita

Relyn said...

Sounds great - and different from my usual fare. Thanks.