Claude Izner

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Claude Izner is the pseudonym of two sisters, Liliane Korb (born in 1940) and Laurence Lefèvre (born in 1951), both booksellers on the banks of the Seine in Paris, who jointly write the popular "Victor Legris" series of crime novels. Legris is a bookseller in late 19th-century Paris who is also an amateur detective. The books were originally bestsellers in France, and are now published in the UK by Gallic Books.[1]

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  • Mystère rue des Saints-Pères (Murder on the Eiffel Tower) (2003)
  • La disparue du Père-Lachaise (The Père-Lachaise Mystery) (2003)
  • Le carrefour des Écrasés (The Montmartre Investigation) (2003)
  • Le secret des Enfants-Rouges (The Marais Assassin) (2004)
  • Le léopard des Batignolles (The Predator of Batignolles)(Published in the United States as "In the Shadows of Paris") (2005)
  • Le talisman de la Villette (Strangled in Paris) (2006)
  • Rendez-vous passage d'Enfer (2008)
  • La momie de la Butte-aux-Cailles (2009)
  • Le petit homme de l'Opéra (2010)
  • Les souliers bruns du quai Voltaire (2011)
  • Minuit, impasse du Cadran (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Izner, Claude (2007). Murder on the Eiffel Tower: a Victor Legris Mystery. City: Gallic Books. ISBN 1-906040-01-X. 

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