When April in Paris means riots and firebombs.
Tensions run high in the working-class neighbourhood of Belleville when a hunger strike to protest against strict immigration laws escalates.
Aimee Leduc is trying to help her old friend Anais, the wife of the interior minister, who is caught up in some frightening events to do with her husband. But Aimee herself barely escapes death as she pursues terrorists amongst the Algerian nationalists and Islamic fundamentalists who have formed an underground North African network in Paris.
Cara Black lives in Noe Valley with her bookseller husband, Jun, owner of Foto-Graphix Books, and her son, Tate. She's a San Francisco Library Laureate, Macavity and three time Anthony award-nominee for her series, Aimee Leduc Investigations, set in Paris. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, International Crime Writers and the Marais Historique Society in Paris. She gets to Paris as often as she can. You can also check out her website: www.carablack.com