Jean-Luc Bannalec

Breton Glow (The Sixth Case for Commissaire Dupin)

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Breton Glow (The Sixth Case for Commissaire Dupin)

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In his sixth case, Commissaire Dupin finds himself facing an impossible task: It’s summer and his girlfriend Claire expects him to take a vacation with her. Lying on the beach for two whole weeks is an unbearably boring prospect for Dupin. Luckily, rumors about a stolen statue promise a little bit of excitement at least. But then, a woman disappears without a trace under the hotel guests’ eyes and a female delegate at loggerheads with farmers is assaulted. Not long afterward, the discovery of a corpse shocks the coastal town. Secretly, with help from the townspeople (after all, he has to keep Claire and his colleagues from Concarneau – who have given him the strictest orders to rest – in the dark), Dupin begins to investigate. An unfathomable case unfolds amidst enchanted valleys, gorgeous beaches and a glowingly bizarre landscape of cliffs.


Crime Novel

KiWi-Paperback

ISBN: 978-3-462-05056-1
release: 27. June 2017
320 pages, Flexcover
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Germany
14,99 €
Switzerland
0,00 sFr
Austria
15,50 €

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About the Author

Jean-Luc Bannalec is a pseudonym; the author lives in Germany and southern Finistère. The books in his crime series featuring Commissaire Dupin have been adapted for television and in 2016, Jean-Luc Bannalec received the title “Mécène de Bretagne” from the region of Brittany.