Review by Tom Keech
A forty-something lawyer in the middle of a divorce suddenly travels to France in his quest to live more spontaneously. This delightful, quirky tourist story with a sweet romantic twist quickly turns to murder, and the lawyer is framed for the deed. There are compelling scenes of his life in a French jail as well as his journey through the French legal system. But don’t forget this is a mystery, and every detail in the seemingly artless first pages is probably more relevant than you think. I really liked this one.