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Martin Walker


UK flag (b.1947)

Martin Walker is the Senior Director of the Global Business Policy Council (GBPC). Walker has written several books. He is the author of the 'Bruno' detective series set in the Périgord region of France, where Walker has a holiday home.
 


Genres: Cozy Mystery
 
New and upcoming books
Series
Bruno, Chief of Police
   1. Death in the Dordogne (2008)
     aka Bruno, Chief of Police
   2. Dark Vineyard (2009)

     aka The Dark Vineyard

   3. Black Diamond (2010)
   4. The Crowded Grave (2011)
   5. The Devil's Cave (2012)
   5.5. Bruno and the Carol Singers (2012)
     aka Bruno and le Pere Noel
   6. The Resistance Man (2013)
   7. Death Undercover (2014)
     aka The Children Return / Children of War
   7.5. A Market Tale (2014)
   8. The Dying Season (2015)

     aka The Patriarch

   9. Fatal Pursuit (2016)
   10. Templars' Last Secret (2017)
   11. A Taste for Vengeance (2018)
   11.5. The Chocolate War (2018)
   A Birthday Lunch (2019)
   12. The Body in the Castle Well (2019)
   Oystercatcher (2020)
   13. A Shooting at Chateau Rock (2020)

     aka The Shooting at Chateau Rock

   14. The Coldest Case (2021)
   Bruno's Challenge & Other Dordogne Tales (2021)

     aka Bruno's Challenge: And Other Stories of the French Countryside

   15. To Kill a Troubadour (2022)
   16. A Chateau Under Siege (2023)
   17. A Grave in the Woods (2024)
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Novels
   The Infiltrator (1978)
   A Mercenary Calling (1980)
   The Money Soldiers (1980)
   The Caves of Perigord (2002)
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Non fiction show
 
Martin Walker recommends
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Emperor (2022)
John Fullerton
"Chillingly realistic, stunningly well informed...a rattling good read."
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Pesticide (2022)
(Linder and Donatelli Mystery, book 1)
Kim Hays
"A highly original police procedural, set in Switzerland, with a charming cop heroine who is also a mum, and blending drug deals and organic farming to produce a first-rate yarn."
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The Bitter Taste of Murder (2021)
(Tuscan Mystery, book 2)
Camilla Trinchieri
"A Tuscan feast of old lusts and new loves, meals and murder in Chianti country."

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Award nominations
2009 Barry Award for Best British Crime Novel (nominee) : Death in the Dordogne


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