Ein Provence-Krimi mit Capitaine Roger Blanc /
A Provence crime novel with Capitaine Roger Blanc
ca. 272 pages
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His wife has left him and he has been transferred to the provinces: Capitaine Roger Blanc’s stands in ruins. Until recently he successfully investigated corruption cases in Paris, but he stepped on some mighty toes in the process. So now he finds himself alone in his new home, a dilapidated oil mill that he had inherited years ago from an uncle.
But even before Blanc has the chance to get used to his new situation he is assigned to a murder case, and suddenly the captain is involved in an intrigue that takes him deeper into the inner workings of his new home than he would like to go. And he also has to get used to his new col-leagues, to his partner Marius, who is more interested in Rosé than in his work or to the temper-amental computer specialist Fabienne, who seems to belong anywhere except in this sleepy little town. And then there is the feared and attractive examining magistrate Aveline Vialaron-Allègre, who is married to, of all people, the politician who ruined Blanc’s career.
Then a second murder occurs – and it comes to a showdown in the pine forests that the mistral is in the process of turning into a raging sea of flames…
Cay Rademacher, born 1965, studied Anglo-American history, ancient history and philosophy in Cologne and Washington. He has been an editor at Geo since 1999 where he participated in establishing the history magazine Geo-Epoche, whose managing editor he has been since 2006. His first novel in the Inspector Stave series is „Der Trümmermörder“ / The Rubble Murder (2011), followed by Inspector stave’s secand case “Der Schieber” / The Trafficker (2012). Cay Rademacher lives with his wife and three children in Hamburg.
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Cay Rademacher, geboren 1965, ist freier Journalist und Autor. Bei DuMont erschienen seine Kriminalromane aus dem Hamburg der Nachkriegszeit: ›Der Trümmermörder‹ (2011), ›Der Schieber‹ (2012) und ›Der Fälscher‹ (2013). Seine Provence-Krimiserie umfasst: ›Mörderischer Mistral‹ (2014), ›Tödliche Camargue‹ (2015), ›Brennender Midi‹ (2016), ›Gefährliche Côte Bleue‹ (2017) und ›Dunkles Arles‹ (2018). Zuletzt erschien der Kriminalroman ›Ein letzter Sommer in Méjean‹ (2019). Cay Rademacher lebt mit seiner Familie in der Nähe von Salon-de-Provence in Frankreich.