Paris was dangerous...

Paris was dangerous.  My best friend was by nature too vulnerable.  It was best that he had moved away from Paris and to the Mediterranean, where… if necessary…I could rescue him, again.

Jamie would never fully understand Ben’s world of cloak and dagger, but it was ok, if he wrote about it.  In fact, Ben insisted.  His bestselling mysteries were keeping Ben alive, and his enemies confused.

Ben turned his sails towards the north, passing North Africa and Gibraltar, resolute that if he was successful in his new quest, at least one mystery could be solved." 

      Underground – L’ autre Métro, book six

      The Apricot Tree House Mystery Series.

      ©  Peggy Kopman-Owens, author;

      © Roger Kopman, photographer & cover artist;

      Aventura eBooks Limited, London, UK, publisher

 

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