A Key to Paris (Paperback)
Cover Art (c) Roger Kopman. In Paris, there were simply too many beautiful women hiding too many secrets, and this case was becoming too personal and too intriguing for Mrs. Duchesney to solve on her own. There was only one name on the engraved invitation, "Louie Arnaud Bertrand" making it perfectly clear that Mrs. Duchesney was not welcome at Chateau de Robinesque-Roussel. Investigating the very delicate nature of this mystery would become her sleuthing partner Louie's first solo assignment. Mrs. Duchesney had to admit Louie was an excellent private detective, but at times like these, his weakness for fiery-tempered women always made him act a bit too charming and foolish... and always far too seductive for his own good. It was so curious. Why would a woman, who kept the chief inspector of the Paris police on her speed dial, prefer the help of a former lover in solving a mystery? Unless, of course, there was more to her story or something far more interesting to hide.