Pierre Emile Grazziano, nicknamed Grazzi, has a case on his hands. In one of the berths aboard the 10.30 from Marseilles, a beautiful young woman lies brutally murdered. And it is not long before the killer strikes again. With a ramshackle police force at his disposal, Grazzi must track down this serial murderer before more witnessess and civilians meet their end. But this is easier said than done. Set in a Paris packed with criminality, lust and glamour, Japrisot takes us on a whirlwind journey of intrigue, darkness, and blistering suspense.


Sebastien Japrisot

Pseudonym Of

Jean-Baptiste Rossi

S├ębastien Japrisot was a French author, screenwriter and film director, born in Marseille. His pseudonym was an anagram of Jean-Baptiste Rossi, his real name. Japrisot has been nicknamed "the Graham Greene of France".

Famous in the Francophony, he was little known in the English-speaking world, though a number of his novels have been translated into English and have been made into films.

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Blog The 10.30 from Marseille by Sebastien Japrisot
Karen Chisholm
Sunday, September 30, 2007

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