By Thomas Bransten
Barricades reporter Lincoln Goldstone is at the run from his indignant destiny ex while he unearths himself on the heart of the tale of the century: the inheritor to the wonderful Ville de Coutray fortune has been abducted. In a race to get the tale in the back of the tale, Goldstone unknowingly befriends the kidnapper. Falling in love with fellow reporter Suzanne Carrington additional complicates issues, as he struggles to check his personal inner most values approximately lifestyles, demise, and justice.
“A moderate Case of Guilt is a beautifully-written novel that captures the spirit, surroundings and characters of Dijon, France within the early Nineteen Seventies after the abduction of a tender French boy who's inheritor to an age-old noble family members. From mouth-watering baguettes and native bakeries to the households, police, attorneys and politicians backstage, writer Thomas R. Bransten elegantly portrays the heartbreaking drama throughout the eyes of journalist Lincoln Goldstone who leads the reader via an attractive and remarkable tale laced with kind, wit, and cynicism."
~ Steven Caplan, Welcome domestic, Sir
“In A mild Case of Guilt Thomas Bransten brilliantly describes his characters, irrespective of how in brief their visual appeal, in such wealthy, nearly poetic tones, that you're feeling as though you’d realize them in the street. He’s a good be aware painter whose each scene is sort of a interval tapestry placing in a museum; masterfully-wrought suspense is woven with subplots that flicker and stab with perception. Whoever writes the inevitable screenplay for A moderate Case of Guilt must have a simple time of making a blockbuster motion picture. Haunting and strong, and every now and then unfortunately comical, this is often a fully compelling needs to read!”
~ Merle P. Martin, Nomad’s Chant
"With polished prose and a deft writer's eye, Thomas Bransten sweeps readers up and drops them into Nineteen Seventies Dijon, the place the abduction of six-year outdated Christophe Ville de Coutray is simply the start of a posh and beautifully-woven plot that explores the still-unresolved problems with the German profession in the course of international battle II and French collaboration. an exceptional learn that is suspenseful, gripping and compelling."
~ Alex Keto, The Rainbird War
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