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9781906040833
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ISBN
9781906040833

eBook ISBN
9781908313386

Publication date
13th June 2011

RRP
£7.99

Binding
PB B

Extent (number of pages)
298

Translator
Jane Aitken

Territory

GB : Exclusive IE : Exclusive AU : Exclusive NZ : Exclusive Rest of World : Exclusive

BIC category
FJMC

US publication date
10th June 2014

US RRP
$15.95

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Wolf Hunt

(Chasse au loup)

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The first in the Napleonic Murder trilogy

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In 1809, the forces of Napoleon’s Grande Armée are in Austria, bringing back painful memories for young Lieutenant Lukas Relmyer.

The forces of Napoleon’s Grande Armée are in Austria. For young Lieutenant Lukas Relmyer, it is hard to return to the place where he and fellow orphan Franz were kidnapped four years previously. Franz was brutally murdered and Lukas has vowed to avenge his death. When the body of another orphan is found on the battlefield, Captain Quentin Margont and Lukas join forces to track down the wolf that is prowling once more in the forests of Aspern …

Reviews
‘Combines the suspense of a thriller with the compelling narrative of a war epic’ Le Parisien
‘Cabasson skilfully weaves an intriguing mystery into a rich historical background’ Mail on Sunday
‘With vivid scenes of battle and military life … Cabasson’s atmospheric novel makes a splendid war epic’ Sunday Telegraph
‘The author ably combines the two elements of murder investigation and epic war novel, providing the reader with the historical background in a convincing but naturalistic way that does not interfere with the flow of the story.’ Eurocrime
‘A well-rounded lead and a suspenseful plot make this historical a winner’ Publishers Weekly
‘An excellent historical mystery’ The Mystery Gazette
‘[Cabasson] draws on his extensive knowledge of the era to create accurate portrayals of the time and people’ Napoleon Series
Bonus Material
War & Murder: PW Talks with Armand Cabasson

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Armand Cabasson is a psychiatrist and novelist working in the north of France. The Officer’s Prey is the first in the Quentin Margont series of thrillers set in the Napoleonic Wars. It was published in France in 2002 as Les proies de l’officier and received the 2003 Gendarmerie Nationale Thriller Pr…

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