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The Disappearance of Adele Bedeau
Graeme Macrae Burnet’s first one in the series of Georges Gorski is surely a mystery that could sake the reader to the core and can leave a permanent effect on his mind. The disappearance of Adele Bedeau brings all the skills of Georges to work the case tests his mental skills and even brings his past to life as it establishes a connection with his past life. The case is also important for the detective because he was a complete failure in his previous case related to a murder. This is the time when he could prove the odds wrong that is heavily against him all the time. The story is base on psychology no doubt as it touches several aspects of the past and present.
The role of Manfred Baumann as the one who was attracted by the charm of the waitress who has disappeared is also one of a kind as it represents several men of the present world who have a certain lust for young girls like Adele who work alone in hotels or parlors. Manfred the main suspect because he is the one who was behind her all the time and wanted to have her, everyone suspects that perhaps he in his wanderlust has committed the crime but later we are told that things are a bit more technical than that. The story has some connection with the real incident that happened in 1980’s in France that included a person named Raymond Brunet who was just like Manfred in appearance. Geoffrey Breton has narrated it in an accurate manner that depicts the stressed condition of the mystery and the horror of the murder.
More like this book, you may also find other books in the series as thrilling and interesting as this one is. You may listen to the book including His Bloody Project and The Accident on the A35 for more exciting events and stories.
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