The Corridors of Power - RJ Zafft

The Corridors of Power

By RJ Zafft

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-04-25
  • Book Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
  • Author: RJ Zafft
Our rating: 5/5 stars

5 Score: 5 (From 5 Ratings)

The Corridors of Power RJ Zafft read online review & book description:

The murder of a beautiful French colleague catapults Alex Broadman from his cushy job with a Paris-based organization into a snake pit of espionage, passion, and death.

Hunting a killer from the suites of a grand chateau to the subterranean crypts of the City of Lights, Alex discovers that the only way to survive in a world without rules is to make -- and enforce -- his own.

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Posted Reviews

  • Extremely readable

    5
    By yo' alex
    I like Alex, I like the setup, and I especially like the details and observations Zafft drops casually but consistently throughout the book. Like a Raymond Chandler novel relocated to the seedy side of Paris. Highly recommended.
  • Great book!

    5
    By Marie Wilson
    I was looking for a novel set in France since I am going there this summer. I normally don’t read mysteries, but a friend recommended this book. I am so glad she did! The book is really well-written, with the kind of details that make you feel like you’re actually in France. The characters are interesting, varied, and feel true to life. The book is set in the chateau headquarters of an international organization which turns out to be a cross between The Firm and The Office. The mystery part has a satisfying number of clues, including some red herrings, dispensed at regular intervals. But the book is more than a detective story, with sub-stories about life, love, friendship, and loss that make you really care about the characters and build the suspense for a great climax. The ending has a triple surprise. (No spoilers!) I am definitely going to re-read this on the plane.

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