Paris, France: dark with fog, riots over police killings, Russian money, and Far Right demagogues.
Here state criminal investigator, Stanislas Cassel, grandson of a French propagandist for the Nazis during WWII, works at the Palace of Justice. Ashamed of his family’s infamy, he avoids anything political. Instead he absorbs himself solving small crimes. Little does he suspect the life-changing shock awaiting him when he looks into the bizarre murder of a pensioner, who seemed to have lived an uneventful life. “Murder Without Pity,” by Steve Haberman, a mystery thriller for today’s turbulent, dangerous times!
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Steve earned a B. A. Degree from the University of Texas in Austin, majoring in political science and minoring in history. Afterwards he passed his stock broker’s exam and worked for a time at a brokerage house before returning to school. Upon getting his legal assistant certification from UCLA, he worked at a law firm in Los Angeles. Successful stock market investments allowed him to retire early and to pursue two dreams, writing and foreign travel, and he has since traveled extensively and frequently to Europe.
He enjoys the cosmopolitan bustle, sidewalk cafes, the museums of Berlin, Rome, Vienna, London, Budapest, and Paris. Many of these capitals find their way into his stories of intrigue…”Murder Without Pity” (Paris), “The Killing Ploy” (London, Berlin, Paris, and Lugano) and the soon-to-be-released “Darkness and Blood” (London and Paris) and “Winston Churchill’s Renegade Spy” (London and Zurich). He’s also researching for a fifth novel, this one to be set in 1946 Berlin.