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I'm reading a book that was a bestseller in Germany in 2012, and comes out Tuesday in this country. Death in Brittany by Jean-Luc Bannalec (a pseudonym), represents one of my favorite types of mystery, the police procedural. It introduces Commissaire Georges Dupin, exiled from Paris to the remote Breton coast. He's enjoying his morning coffee when he's called to a sleepy community that was once a gathering point for artists, Pont-Aven. Someone killed a ninety-one-year-old man, owner of a legendary hotel. And Dupin, not exactly known for his tact with the politically powerful, has to juggle phone calls and a murder investigation.
I'm spending my weekend with Commissaire Dupin in Brittany. What are you currently reading?