The Road to Saint Brieuc

Genre: Historical Fiction

Book Summary

Vera Lawson is once again embroiled in the Polt family saga. The two paintings discovered in the crypt in the garden of the house in Saint Pois, have come under scrutiny from The Louvre’s Museum top investigator, Dr Lucille Thompson-McLeay.
Are they real or forgeries?
Dr Thompson-McLeay’s unusual interrogation techniques are causing problems with her employer – INTERPOL. Put under the protective services of dashing Naval Commando, Master Sergeant Joseph Perrigaux, Lucille is keeping silent about her past life, but not before Vera Lawson discovers the real relationship regarding the family.
Are the Polt family hiding the truth? Are the previous family members of this illustrious family guilty of crimes committed in World War One?
Will the ghosts of Vera’s past resurface? And reveal the location of the Nazi horde? Or will Joseph Perrigaux and Vera Lawson’s friend and confidante Timothy Ranstone intervene?

About the Author

M. K. Jacobs grew up in South Australia. Considered an accomplished classical pianist, genealogist, explorer and fanatic cat lover, M K currently lives in country Victoria, sharing the property with two alpacas, and a family of cats including two Bengals.
In the last ten years with a background in Federal Law enforcement, MK's first series of novels are centred on historical military fiction with a French twist. Her writing has expanded to include MK’s Historical Romance Trilogy focusing on her mother’s World War II experiences and The Claire Lane Mystery Series.

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