A gruesome murder starts a labyrinthine investigation that digs below Paris’ glittery surface and unearths the city’s dark underbelly. Seth Lynch’s The Paris Ripper is a vivid and gripping slice of historical crime fiction. Highly recommended.
Seth Lynch’s cracking debut novel has recently been republished by Farhenheit Press and has been given a new title, as well as a tasty new cover. A CITIZEN OF NOWHERE is part historical detective story and part character study reminiscent of Maugham’s The Razor’s Edge, It is richly cinematic and completely enthralling, with a greatContinue reading “Recommended Read: A Citizen Of Nowhere by Seth Lynch”
PDB: Can you pitch SALAZAR in 25 words or less? English detective in Paris, Salazar, hired by the alluring Marie Poncelet to find a missing man, Gustave Mart. It’s a case he’ll wish he’d refused. PDB: Which music, books, films or television shows have floated your boat recently? Music – Cate Le Bon. Loved herContinue reading “Short, Sharp Interview: Seth Lynch”
My book, Salazar, is a PI novel set in Paris, 1930. I’ve been living with Salazar for years now – through many drafts and character transformations. The supporting cast tended to come and go, occasionally changing sex and frequently changing names, but Salazar managed to hang in there. The original murder investigation was dropped, alongContinue reading “Guest Blog: Paris Noir by Seth Lynch”