Eugène Valmont was one of Paris’s most sensible detectives. yet a high-profile failure to get better the jewels of Marie Antoinette made him the laughingstock of town, and in flip prompted him to escape to the final position any self-respecting Parisian could ever are looking to be: London. regardless of the stiffness of his English contemporaries and the crimson tape in their felony procedure, despite the fact that, Valmont keeps to attempt to resolve crimes. Going toe-to-toe with the likes of his crime-fighting rival, Sherlock Holmes, Valmont will holiday any rule essential to trap his man—no subject what the stakes.
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