THE 7TH WOMAN by Fredrique Molay

The 7th Woman (Paris Homicide)

A great French Police Procedural of suspense and horror. The characters caught my attention at once. At times I needed to put the book down to handle the descriptions of the murder. The twists and turns held my attention throughout the book. I did not know the murderer until revealed.

Chief of Police Nico Sirsky meets a woman and it is love at first sight. He receives a call of the nasty murder of a woman. The next day another victim is found and on the mirror the written in blood is Seven Days, Seven Woman. Each day another victim is found. As the investigation continues clues point toward Nick’ s brother-in-law. Will the police find the killer before the seventh victim?

Full Disclosure: I received a free copy La French from Netgalley for an honest review. I wished to thank them for this opportunity to read a thhis book. The opinions are my ownnd review

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