In conversation with Libby Hellman.
In Cara Black's latest novel, Murder in Pigalle ($26.95), Private Investigator Aimée Leduc has been trying to slow down her hectic lifestyle—she's five months' pregnant and has the baby's well-being to think about now. But then disaster strikes close to home. A serial rapist has been terrorizing Paris's Pigalle neighborhood, following teenage girls home and attacking them in their own houses. It is sad and frightening, but has nothing to do with Aimée—until Zazie, the 13-year-old daughter of the proprietor of Aimée's favorite café, disappears. The police aren't mobilizing quickly enough, and when Zazie's desperate parents approach Aimée for help, she knows she couldn't say no even if she wanted to.
Cara Black is the author of fourteen books in the New York Times bestselling Aimée Leduc series. She lives in San Francisco and visits Paris frequently.
Libby Fischer Hellmann writes Compulsively Readable Thrillers. With ten novels and twenty short stories published, she has also written suspense mysteries, historicals, PI novels, amateur sleuth, police procedurals, and even a cozy mystery. At the core of all her stories, however, is a crime or the possibility of one. Her most recent release is Havana Lost ($16.99), a stand-alone thriller set largely in Cuba.
"New York Times Bestseller" Cara Black's fashionable Parisian P.I. Aimee Leduc has a new look for her 14th adventure: five months pregnant.