In a resort town turned internment camp, a female prisoner is
Before the war, the hotels of Vittel hosted the wealthiest members
of French society. Now, in the winter of 1943, two of France's most
luxurious resorts have been converted into an internment camp for
British and American women who failed to escape the country when
the German army stormed across the border. For two years, the
prisoners have lived quietly, surviving on Red Cross aid packages,
but now they are beginning to die. An American woman is found
stabbed through the heart with a pitchfork. By the time inspectors
Jean-Louis St-Cyr and Hermann Kohler arrive from Paris, rigor
mortis and the February frost have frozen her solid. In her pockets
are Cracker Jacks and Hershey bars--bribes intended for one of the
guards. To bring justice to Vittel, St-Cyr and Kohler will have to
unravel the conspiracy that is at the heart of this luxurious,
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J. Robert Janes
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