Jacquot and the Waterman

Jacquot and the Waterman

By: Martin O'Brien (author)Paperback

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Set in the South of France, the first in the Jacquot series follows Chief Inspector Daniel Jacquot's investigation into a series of disturbing killings, where the female victims are always left submerged in water. Ex-French National Rugby Squad player Jacquot is a lover of blues, good food and wine. Disconsalate after his girlfriend leaves him, he plunges himself into the investigation whole-heartedly.

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About Author

The only child of a headmistress and a naval officer, Martin O'Brien was educated at the Oratory School and Hertford College Oxford. He started his career as a copy-sub, going on to become Travel Editor of Vogue. Having travelled all over the world in some style, he left Vogue to write ALL THE GIRLS - a traveller's tales of hookers and whorehouses around the world and then began writing travel/lifestyle features for US publications. He left journalism for a few years to co-write screenplays and start a film production company. After 20 years of living in London, Martin, his wife and two daughters moved to the countryside, where he started to write the Jacquot books...

Product Details

  • publication date: 04/07/2005
  • ISBN13: 9780755322862
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 544
  • ID: 9780755322862
  • weight: 282
  • ISBN10: 075532286X

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