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INTRIGUE, ROMANCE AND DEATH IN PARIS
An old lover brings a cryptic letter to Paris, pulling Eddie Grant reluctantly into a treacherous web of intrigue and death -- but giving him a slim chance to find the terrorists who murdered his family seven years before.
It launches him on a dangerous quest through Paris and the Loire Valley for the most valuable piece of Nazi loot that remains missing, a famous Raphael self-portrait from the early 16th century, along with the crates of Nazi bullion that accompanied it -- all intended to finance the Fourth Reich.
Jen Wetzmuller, daughter of his father's World War II colleague in Army Intelligence, arrives in Paris, bearing a letter she found after he father was run down by a car on the streets of Sarasota. Its clues take Eddie from his Paris home to Florida, where he works to solve the mystery, barely escaping with his life. Then it's back home to burrow into the darkest reaches of the German occupation in search of the treasure.
Along the way he and Jen restart the brief, fiercely passionate affair that he abandoned, to his regret, 20 years before Sarasota.
Most of all, Treasure of Saint-Lazare is a novel about Paris.
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December 16, 2012
***Please note that I received this book as an Advanced Reader Copy through Goodreads***
Yikes, where do I start? I received this book a few months ago but never got around to reading it. I did enter to win this book on the premise of mystery, stolen art, and France, with a WWII twist. Perhaps I s...
January 28, 2013
Blending art history with murder and suspense makes for a meaty thriller. When Jen,the daughter of a man killed in a hit and run in Florida arrives in Paris to deliver a letter from the dead man to Eddie,the son of his army buddy, the letter leads them to a search for a missing Raphael painting t...
September 06, 2016
Face-paced thriller spanning the globe from Paris to the states, The Treasure of Saint-Lazare takes off with the hit and run murder of a former partner of Eddie Grant's father. The two men were Monument Men, American soldiers who attempted to recover stolen artwork from the Nazi's. Eddie and Jen,...
October 08, 2012
The book will have you jumping from country to country in search of the truth. The author takes you on a man hunt with twists, valleys, and surprises that make your heart race. The attention to the little facts is what makes this novel a must read. I read it once and then waited a week and read i...
August 05, 2017
Treasure of Saint-Lazare by Pearce. I really enjoyed this story and found it a page-turner. I have been to Paris but I didn't remember most of the places. The search for the Nazi gold and Raphael painting was full of intrigue with an opening for the next story. The characters were well-developed...
August 07, 2017
Wow! Thriller, light romance, fast driving, art, Paris, Sarasota, food, wine, good friends and deadly enemies. Nice characters.
A book I like to be seen reading, with clear type (no squinting) and a beautiful cover photo of the Eiffel Tower.
Writers write effortlessly it seems but we readers stru...
August 04, 2017
If you liked Monument Men this is another search for a lost painting . The search encompasses both the US Ann France. I enjoyed the novel but became confused a couple of times over the characters relationship s to each other. Reccomded.
January 16, 2018
Great story and plot. Characters were distinct and like able. I found it hard to connect to the rich details of European history but it certainly inspired me to learn more. Having recently visited Paris, I could clearly visualize the settings.
September 11, 2017
The hunt for Nazi looted art - a subject I know well! The death of an old friend of his father sends Eddie Grant on the hunt for missing gold and a looted Raphael.
July 28, 2017
A fast-paced tale about finding lost Nazi treasure.