The Dying Minutes (Daniel Jacquot, #7)

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  • Paperback
  • 474 pages
  • The Dying Minutes (Daniel Jacquot, #7)
  • Martin O'Brien
  • English
  • 18 August 2017
  • 1848090617

The Dying Minutes (Daniel Jacquot, #7) When An Old Friend Dies And Leaves Jacquot A Fishing Boat, All Kinds Of Secrets And Crimes Come Back To Haunt Him, In The Seventh In The Marseilles Set Inspector Daniel Jacquot NovelsChief Inspector Daniel Jacquot Is On Sick Leave Recovering From Gunshot Wounds When Isabelle Cassier, An Old Friend And Sometime Lover, Pays Him A Visit After Working For The Judiciaire In Paris Following The End Of Their Brief Affair, Isabelle Has Returned To Marseilles And Rejoined The Homicide Squad And Her Visit, She Tells Him, Is Official Jacquot S Name Has Appeared In Connection With An Unsolved Murder She S Investigating, And She Wants Some Answers She Wants To Know What He Knows About A Dead Cop Called Gilles Barsin, And Just How Friendly He Was With Jean Louis Lombard, A Notorious Dockland Villain Also Known As The Seahorse The Two Names Spin Jacquot Back To His Days As A Rookie Cop, A Distant Time When The Lines Between Law And Disorder Were Often Blurred, When Silly Mistakes Were Sometimes Made, And Friendship Came At A Heavy Price Now, Years Later, It Looks Like Someone Is Spilling The Beans.

10 thoughts on “The Dying Minutes (Daniel Jacquot, #7)

  1. Lindsay says:

    A little bit of mischief Deadly mischief Chief Inspector Daniel Jacquot is a detective working in the South of France One day quite out of the blue he receives a surprise gift, bequeathed to him by a fisherman, known as Philo, a recently deceased resident of Marseilles Meanwhile, lawyer Claude Dupont also receives an unexpected package from one of the criminals he defended in the past, Pierre Louis Lombard, who is now dying A robbery occurred in 1972 along the coast from Marseilles, we le A little bit of mischief Deadly mischief Chief Inspector Daniel Jacquot is a detective working in the South of France One day quite out of the blue he receives a surprise gift, bequeathed to him by a fisherman, known as Philo, a recently deceased resident of Marseilles Meanwhile, lawyer Claude Dupont also receives an unexpected package from one of the criminals he defended in the past, Pierre Louis Lombard, who is now dying A robbery occurred in 1972 along the coast from Marseilles, we learn, and gold bullion was stolen, which has never been found since Nor has anyone ever been arrested for the crime The novel opens with a scene from the robbery, and then takes us forward to 1999 where we meet Jacquot, and Dupon...

  2. Monica says:

    Jacquot is on sick leave, recovering from gunshot wounds, when he is surprised to find that an old fisherman friend has been bequeathed him a boat As he attempts to find outabout his friend s past he discovers a whole second life a marriage, wealth, property and collections of rare objects, other bequests to a variety of worthy causes At the same time, the Isabelle Cassier, his ex lover, has rejoined the Marseilles police department and approaches him about a homicide she is investigat Jacquot is on sick leave, recovering from gunshot wounds, when he is surprised to find that an old fisherman friend has been bequeathed him a boat As he attempts to find outabout his friend s past he discovers a whole second life a marriage, wealth, property and collections of rare objects, other bequests to a variety of worthy causes At the same time, the Isabelle Cassier, his ex lover, has rejoined the Marseilles police departm...

  3. Nigel says:

    Quite entertaining in a hurried, fast paced kind of way with it s short burst chapters but the unlikely scenario of two organized crime gangs chasing the same prize and the messy ending spoilt it it some what, however the most irritating bit for me was all the French in it yes, I know it s set in Marseille when it s supposed to be written in English My schoolboy French coped with most of what wasn t translated, but why so much All those cedillas , circumflex s and acute s just get on your b Quite entertaining in a hurried, fast paced kind of way with it s short burst chapters but the unlikely scenario of two organized crime gangs chasing the same prize and the messy ending spoilt it it some what, however the most irritating bit for me was all the French in it yes, I know it s set in Mars...

  4. Louise Higgins says:

    A hugely enjoyable readonly recently found this wonderful author,and am busy reading the whole series Wonderful characterisation, compelling and descriptive storytelling.a breath of fresh French air.

  5. Anne says:

    Pretty good but peppered with French phrases that weren t always accurate A little annoying Didn t think it was brilliantly written but probably depicted the seamy side of Marseille pretty accurately.

  6. Stephen says:

    enjoyed this fast paced crime thriller based in 1990 s south of france where the missing gold of a 1970 s heist comes to light and a deadly trail pursues as old scores are settled

  7. Kaye says:

    While I enjoyed the characters in this book particularly Inspector Daniel Jacquot, I found the story very predicable and somewhat disappointing.

  8. MieMia says:

    Tak lah teruk sangat cerita dia untuk harga RM5 Tapi bosan sebab cerita dekat France

  9. Ann Tonks says:

    A well crafted story with an interesting array of characters although a touch too much torture for my taste The cover quotes are correct for once tight plotting,excellent characterisation.

  10. Barry says:

    Just couldn t get into it.