KopfCatherine Simon is a journalist and the author of several books. After a few years in Italy she now lives in Southern Germany and in Normandy. Catherine Simon is a pseudonym.

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Bücher
Catherine Simon, Bitterer Calvados

BITTERER CALVADOS
Der dritte Fall für
Kommissar Leblanc

Mystery
Goldmann (2017)
256 pp

BITTER CALVADOS
The Third Case for Inspector Leblanc

It is spring in Deauville. Bestselling author Jean-Paul Picard is honouring the town's fifth "Murder at the Seashore" crime festival, the evening is a sell-out. But the next morning Picard is found dead in his hotel suite. The last thing he drank the night before was a Calvados - poisoned, it turns out. Inspector Leblanc questions resentful authors, greedy publishers and female fans with lots to hide...

Catherine Simon Wintergäste in Trouville

WINTERGÄSTE IN TROUVILLE
Der zweite Fall für Kommissar Leblanc


Mystery
Goldmann (2015)
272 pp

WINTER GUESTS IN TROUVILLE
The Second Case for Inspector Leblanc

Unhappy about the cold snow season, inspector Leblanc is called to a case: In the "Hotel des Roches Noires" the body of Bernadette Latour, a Parisian journalist, mistress of the aged as rich Monsieur Adler, has been found. Was the victim out for her lovers money and thus in the way of his heirs? Or was she uncovering a scandal? Inspector Leblancs investigation leads him to family tensions, to a beauty clinic in Trouville and to a dubious stranger, somehow connected with Leblancs former mistress Marie.

Catherine Simon Kein Tag für Jakobsmuscheln

KEIN TAG FÜR JAKOBSMUSCHELN
Der erste Fall für Kommissar Leblanc


Mystery
Goldmann (2015)
250 pp

NOT A GOOD DAY FOR SCALLOPS
Inspector Leblanc's First Case

Detective Jacques Leblanc got himself redeployed from Paris to Trouville in Normandy, but the case he is facing spoils his appetite for the crustaceans he adores. Meanwhile, his ex-lover Marie is invited to the castle of the dubious aristocrat and fish trader Montfort-Risle, which nags Leblanc for more reason than one...