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A Song for Drowned Souls

Sunday 3 April 2016

1 Hour


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France’s leading crime writer Bernard Minier introduces his latest murder mystery A Song for Drowned Souls.

The novel is the latest in a series featuring Commandant Servaz, who this time investigates the death of a professor found drowned in the bath in the quiet university town of Marsac in the Pyrenees. Chief suspect is the son of Servaz’s university sweetheart, and he has to delve into his own past when she asks him to investigate.

Minier grew up in the foothills of the French Pyrenees. The three novels in the Servaz series, The Frozen Dead, A Song for Drowned Souls and Don’t Turn out the Lights, were all bestsellers in France and translated into several languages including English. He is a two-time winner of the prestigious Prix Polar at the Cognac Crime Festival.

Here he talks to writer and journalist Paul Blezard.

Sponsored by Macdonald Randolph Hotel.