12.11.12

Cara Black



Last week I met for a chat and a coffee with bestselling author Cara Black. She is a frequent visitor to Paris, knows each corner and street better than most Parisians.

She will soon publish her thirteenth novel in the series about the private Parisian detective Aimée Leduc.

If you are interested, here are some sites about her (1, 2, 3) - which should give you a chance to order her books and to preorder her next one (and possibly win a trip to Paris)…  and some videos (1, 2). 

Her books exist in several languages.


15 comments:

JJ said...

Thank you so much !!!

My family and I will love these

The Sabbatical Chef said...

I think that I have read all of Cara's books. I simply love Aimée's adventures. Merci, Peter!

Synne said...

Ooooh, how fun that you get to meet poeple like this! You know, my first thought was "I need to enter the competition and maybe win a trip to Paris" - and then half a second later I remembered that I actually live here now... Have a nice week, Peter!

ALAIN said...

Lui as-tu suggéré d'écrire "Meurtre sur le Net", avec comme personnages les meilleurs bloggeurs Parisiens ?

hpy said...

Je me demande si Alain t'imagine en héros ou en victime...

Thérèse said...

Ha ha aux commentaires précédents...
Une belle rencontre. J'en ai entendu parler mais n'en ai lu aucun.

Ruth said...

Congratulations on your extraordinary existence!

Studio at the Farm said...

Thank you, Peter. I LOVE murder mysteries.

Owen said...

Am discovering here... you are always full of surprises. Will have to track down a book or two by Ms. Black.

Hope all is well and hope to see you soon, and will tell you more about why I've been so quiet.

claude said...

Comment ça, un meurtre à Montparnasse ! C'est sûrement le genre de bouquins qui devrait m'intéresser mais depuis que j'ai eu des problèmes de CB sur le net, je ne commende plus rien. A moins que je vois cela auprès de la FNAC du Mans.

vanessa gonzales said...

I'm curious of her works. I'm going to Google it and find out all about her. She's pretty interesting. I bet I'll get hook with her books.
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Cergie said...

Bon, tu vas encore dire que j'ai mal vu mais j'ai dû chercher pour découvrir qu’elle était une écrivaine américaine et pour ce faire il m'a fallu écarter la joueuse de tennis aux 54 titres (pas des thrillers)
Dis donc, tu es un incontournable à rencontrer à Paris, y aura-t-il une rencontre avec Harlan Coben qui adore la France et a situé une de ses intrigues à Paris aussi ?

Kim said...

Oh how fun! I've been reading my way through her series of books based in various neighborhoods in Paris (on my Kindle). So, it is nice to see this author's visage on your blog today, Peter. So, how did you two meet? Does she use your blog for research for her books? Have you read many of them? I read them to be transported to the streets of Paris (the way I watch movies filmed in Paris to get glimpses of them, too). But, your blog, and Eric's, and V's photos, keep me most inspired. :-). We've got to get our fix somehow when we live so far away. Black's books are fun for that. I do hope that tour she's offering includes you somehow.
-Kim

arabesque said...

oh Peter! this is so weird.
I recently bought a book called Murder in the Marais not knowing who the author was and though,
i haven't read the book yet,
the title did catch my attention instantly. ^0^
now I can't wait to read it.

books are everywhere but
a good one is pretty hard to find.
I wish I could have my book signed too!


Jeanie said...

Thank you, Peter! I am glad that you pulled this together -- and lucky you, getting to meet her. I have really enjoyed all her books and during my last trip was continually pointing out to Rick an Aimee place. Maybe next time I visit, I'll get an Aimee Leduc tour!