"As historical mysteries go, Victorian England has its charms; but dirty, pestilential eighteenth-century France really promises a walk on the wild side. Jean-FranÃ§ois Parot delivers on that pledge with gusto."âMarilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
"Suspenseful. . . . This intelligent page-turner doesn't sacrifice detail for plot or visa-versa."âPublishers Weekly
Paris, 1774. Commissioner Le Floch's stormy love affair with socialite Julie de LastÃ©rieux has run its course. But before Nicolas can formally end the relationship, Julie is found murdered in her bed, a victim of poisoning.Nicolas is accused and put on trial.
This edition also contains Oxford Textbook of Public Health, The Nicolas Le Floch Affair
About: The second edition of this outstanding textbook provides a sense of the history and philosophy of the subject, and examines the basic methodologies of public health, and their application to specific problems.
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