Duval and the Infernal Machine (Napoleon's Police Book 1)

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Find the Assassins! Before they try again.Praise for Duval and the Infernal Machine: "A well-written and well-researched, historical fictional novel"Author Dolores AyotteI became an instant fan of Michele McGrath when I gobbled this book at one sitting. It is a historical romance blended with suspenseful police action set in post-Revolutionary France, and a thumping good read! It would make a terrific movie. All the characters are multi-dimensional, even the cameos, such as the feared Minister of Police, a Jacobin regicide. I'm totally hooked by the unassuming hero and first person narrator, an injured French soldier returning from service in Germany with only a letter of reference to secure his future.Anne CarlisleInvalided out of the French Army, Alain Duval joins the Ministry of Police in Paris, led by the infamous Joseph Fouché. Newly appointed and off duty, he is strolling through the city when he sees a crowd waiting for Napoleon, the First Consul, not yet Emperor. He is jostled by some men leaving the area in a hurry and shortly afterwards a bomb, the 'Infernal Machine' explodes. Duval joins the hunt for the bombers. Horse-shoes and barrel hoops send him searching all over Paris. Some of the bombers are captured but others escape. Napoleon puts an abrupt end to the search but the story is not over. Duval falls in love with his mentor's daughter, and together they find another of the bombers, leading to a surprise ending.The Napoleon's Police series. Duval and the Infernal Machine (1800)Duval and the Empress's Crown (1804)Duval at Waterloo (1815)Duval and the Italian Opera Singer (1805). Coming shortly.The series will eventually include 15 books spanning the years 1800 to 1815˃˃˃ Plunge into the murky world of Napoleonic Paris, where danger lurks around every corner!˃˃˃ Based on the real life attempt to assassinate Napoleon Bonaparte in 1800.Scroll up and download a copy today.

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Expired Deals Duval and the Infernal Machine (Napoleon's Police Book 1) Find the Assassins! Before they try again.Praise for Duval and the Infernal Machine: "A well-written and well-researched, historical fictional novel"Author Dolores AyotteI became an instant fan of Michele McGrath when I gobbled this book at one sitting. It is a historical romance blended with suspenseful police action set in post-Revolutionary France, and a thumping good read! It would make a terrific movie. All the characters are multi-dimensional, even the cameos, such as the feared Minister of Police, a Jacobin regicide. I'm totally hooked by the unassuming hero and first person narrator, an injured French soldier returning from service in Germany with only a letter of reference to secure his future.Anne CarlisleInvalided out of the French Army, Alain Duval joins the Ministry of Police in Paris, led by the infamous Joseph Fouché. Newly appointed and off duty, he is strolling through the city when he sees a crowd waiting for Napoleon, the First Consul, not yet Emperor. He is jostled by some men leaving the area in a hurry and shortly afterwards a bomb, the 'Infernal Machine' explodes. Duval joins the hunt for the bombers. Horse-shoes and barrel hoops send him searching all over Paris. Some of the bombers are captured but others escape. Napoleon puts an abrupt end to the search but the story is not over. Duval falls in love with his mentor's daughter, and together they find another of the bombers, leading to a surprise ending.The Napoleon's Police series. Duval and the Infernal Machine (1800)Duval and the Empress's Crown (1804)Duval at Waterloo (1815)Duval and the Italian Opera Singer (1805). Coming shortly.The series will eventually include 15 books spanning the years 1800 to 1815˃˃˃ Plunge into the murky world of Napoleonic Paris, where danger lurks around every corner!˃˃˃ Based on the real life attempt to assassinate Napoleon Bonaparte in 1800.Scroll up and download a copy today. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/517FsxxfO6L._SL160_.jpg
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