The Pucelle Connection Book 6

A Genevieve Lenard Novel Estelle Ryan. deciphered it, there were only four ... “Don't forget she's killed twentysix priests that we know of. ... My time to prove to you that I can be the best in something you would never approve of.

The Pucelle Connection  Book 6

Mediaeval books. Murdered priests. Bioweapons. Renowned nonverbal communications expert Doctor Genevieve Lenard's search for an international criminal is interrupted when her team receives an antique book. At first the book is dismissed--until they discover similar books gifted to people who are now dead. Genevieve's inner strength is put to the ultimate test when someone close to her also falls victim to the vengeful actions of an unsound mind. Barely coping with the emotional maelstrom and her doubts about her own continued involvement in the team, she looks for connections between their original case, the books and the many suspicious deaths they uncover. But the cost might be too high for Genevieve as she rushes to stop the person set on destroying as many lives as possible.

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