Series: Les Dames des Fleurs
Published by indie author on June 24, 2016
Genres: Crime Fiction, Suspense/Thriller
Danilo Halili was not an investigative journalist. He was simply a photographer who accompanied the publication’s news reporter to cover the city-wide festivities held in that town in Quezon. But his curiosity was piqued when he overheard something he was not supposed to hear. And we all know what they say about curiosity killing the cat.
Ramon Tanchangco had no doubt in his mind and in his gut that the victim of the gruesome murder in Quezon was his brother Danilo, who had been unable to get back to Manila from his assignment. Angered and aggrieved, all he wanted was to find out who the killers were and why Danilo died the way he did.
He had a vague inkling that there was more to the crime than met the eye, and he was ready to expose what that conspiracy could be. If only the French nun would refrain from detaining him at the Couvent du Sacre-Coeur with her hospitality.
I may not have joined the #HeistClub class or been able to attend their book launch last month, thanks to illness and a few unfortunate events, but I’ve kept track of and fully supported the authors who decided to dip their toes into the (hopefully) burgeoning milieu of local crime fiction. My first taste of this book was the novelette from Georgette S. Gonzales, a friend of mine who has previously written mostly romance and romantic suspense in Tagalog or Taglish.
I also got to sit down with her and nag her into doing a video bookalikes session! Check it out below, and keep reading for my review:
Bookalikes for Classified: A Prologue to Les Dames des Fleurs by Georgette S. Gonzales
I had a little coffee-fueled conversation with the author, and she was happy to share her bookalikes for her novella, Classified. Check out the video below!