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The Bastille Mysteries

Ian Honeysett & Peter Stevens

Category: Mystery/thriller
Four book series

The Bastille Mysteries are historical crime and suspense novels set in the French Revolution: a mix of fact and fiction. They feature top Paris policeman Rouget Maison, Abbe Pierre Reynard and the independent-minded Christine Gilbert. As the Revolution unfolds, their beliefs and relationships are increasingly tested as they come together to solve a wide variety of crimes.

TheBastille Mysteries” is a series of crime & suspense novels set during the French Revolution. The first is “The Eighth Prisoner” and takes place in 1789 as the Bastille falls. The second, “The Year of the Oath”, is set in 1790 when all clergy are required to swear an Oath of allegiance to the State. The third, set in 1791, is “Death a la Carte”: the ruthless battle for control of Paris’s dining empire. The fourth, “Dead Radical”, also set in 1791, centres on the desperate race to find and stop the ruthless “True Patriot” who is determined to derail the Revolution and all it stands for.

Each novel in the series stands alone and features three protagonists in particular: top Paris policeman Rouget Maison, Abbe Pierre Reynard, and the independent-minded Christine Gilbert. As the Revolution unfolds, their beliefs and relationships are increasingly tested as they come together to solve a wide variety of crimes.

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