Norman Bogner's best-selling novels have drawn enthusiastic comparisons to the novels of Thomas Harris. Now Bogner returns with another compelling pageturner that mixes unbearable suspense with rich characterisations and exotic locales. Michael Danton, the brilliant investigator-hero of To Die in Provence, is back, preparing to marry Jennifer Bowen, the beautiful American art professor who saved his life. But then a young girl's disfigured body is washed ashore on the beach of a resort near Aix-en-Provence, and Danton finds himself forced to take charge of a harrowing investigation that leads him from the medieval city of Briges, through the glorious sun-dappled towns of Provence, and ultimately to the gothic corners of Venice, Califorina, and the depraved citizens of its lower depths.
Used availability for Norman Bogner's The Deadliest Art
July 2001 : USA Hardback
November 2002 : USA Mass Market Paperback
April 2007 : USA, Canada Kindle edition