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Post  princess garnet on Thu Dec 04, 2014 8:35 pm

Has anyone else here read the Nicolas le Floch series by Jean-Francois Parot?  
The crime solving/detective series is set during the reigns of Louis XV and Louis XVI; the head of the police is the real-life Antoine de Sartine. The novels have been adapted as a series on France 2.  I watched several episodes (with English subtitles) on a local TV channel here in the US.

The author's website--in French: http://www.jeanfrancoisparot.fr/index.html
It's chock full info about the series so if you read French well enough, it should be helpful. If you've been to Paris, all the better!

Some of the books are available in English translation can be viewed here:
http://www.jeanfrancoisparot.fr/Editions/Traductions/en-anglais/traductions-anglaises.htm
Several foreign language translations of the novels are available too.
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