Judge Elisabeth Massot's last investigation concerns Paul Barne, a passionate bird-watcher, whose peaceful life on his estate in the South of France has been troubled by the dealings of various hostile individuals. Worse, a forest fire nearly destroys his house. Judge Massot incites Paul to lodge a complaint but Paul refuses to do it. Why? Another problem is that Paul Barne is Elisabeth's childhood friend. In these conditions, isn't she judge...and jury?
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Written by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
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