Maussane, at the very heart of Provence, with its olive trees and its charming squares. Deputy prosecutor Elisabeth Richard and local police commander Paul Jansac are investigating the murder of Caroline Autiero, wife of an old mill-owner.
In central Provence, during a hunt, 40 year-old hunter Pascal Achard is murdered. The deputy public prosecutor Elisabeth Richard investigates for the first time with gendarme captain ... See full summary »
In Tours, Police Commander Louise Chaland investigates the murder of a controversial sculptor, whose body was discovered alongside one of his works daubed with Latin inscriptions, with the help of her son Sylvain, who has become a priest.
After long years of study, Manon is about to become a neurosurgeon. To pay her way through college she cleans crime scenes, and now she finds herself being sent to an island in Brittany ... See full summary »
Beneath her eccentric appearance, Captain Marleau is a formidable detective. Her Sherlock Holmes deerstalker cap, her character, her unusual appearance, her humor, her unpredictable ... See full summary »
Assistant prosecutor Elisabeth Richard and police chief Paul Jansac re-team to solve the consecutive murders of a young lawyer and a realtor in Aigues-Mortes, France, who both turn out to be suspects in an unsolved rape two years prior.
Maussane, at the very heart of the French region of Provence, with its olive trees and its charming squares. Deputy prosecutor Elisabeth Richard and local police commander Paul Jansac are investigating the murder of Caroline Autiero, wife of an old mill-owner. Working together, Elisabeth and Paul lift the veil on a dark and secret story. Soon, three heirs of olive-grower Virgile Vendroux are dead, one from suicide, another murdered and the third in an accident where the motorbike turns out to have been tampered with. Anonymous letters provide new leads to follow, but raise questions: who is helping the investigators? And who was manipulating the victims? Is it Laetitia Vendroux, a beautiful beekeeper and Virgile's daughter? Or her brother Mathias, watchman at the Glanum archaeological site? Or Virgile's ex-wife, Mathilde? The truth could be even more complex. Virgile has led a double life, with another family and another son, who isn't his own but whom he loves as such. Now an adult, ...Written by
In the film Elisabeth Richard and Paul Janson are looking for the writer of the anonymous letters. they mention several times the French word "Le corbeau" which is quite common in French for describing a person who writes and send anonymous letters. See more »