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The Eighth Prisoner

Peter Stevens & Ian Honeysett

Category: Mystery/thriller

Paris, 1789. As the French Revolution erupts around him, Rouget Maison, Inspector of the Paris Police, is confronted with a baffling series of murders and a conspiracy that has weaved its way through French society. With his life in danger and chaos in the streets, Maison must uncover the secrets behind the killings – and stop them before anyone else dies.

Paris, 1789. As the French Revolution erupts around him, Rouget Maison, Inspector of the Paris Police, is confronted with a baffling series of murders and a conspiracy that has weaved its way through both the highest echelons and the lowliest quarters of French society.

As he races against time to solve the murders and thwart the conspiracy, Maison must contend with the powerful forces arrayed against him and the fires of revolution consuming Paris. With his life in danger and chaos in the streets, he finds allies in unexpected places: a dedicated but flawed priest and a woman coming of age amidst the chaos engulfing France. With their help, Maison must uncover the secrets behind the killings – and stop them before anyone else dies.

With captivating intrigue and mystery at its heart, the Eighth Prisoner is essential reading for historical thriller fans.

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