Anne Forestier finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time when she blunders into a raid on a jewellers on the Champs-Élysées. Shot three times, beaten almost beyond recognition, she is lucky to survive, but her ordeal has only just begun.
Lying helpless in her hospital bed, with her assailant still at large, Anne is in grave danger. Just one thing stands in her favour – a partner who will break all the rules to protect the woman he loves: Commandant Camille Verhœven.
For Verhœven it’s a case of history repeating. He cannot lose Anne as he lost his wife Irène. But his serious breach of protocol – leading a case in which he is intimately involved – leaves him out on a limb, unable to confide in even his most trusted lieutenants.
And this time he is facing an adversary whose greatest strength appears to be Verhœven’s own matchless powers of intuition
Praise for “Camille”
‘A satisfying finis to the trilogy’
‘The last novel in the gripping trilogy that encompassed Alex and Irene’
‘This original and poignant story is the final instalment in a trilogy that has been a dazzling success in the author’s native France and elsewhere’