Camille: The Commandant Camille Verhoeven Trilogy

Camille: The Commandant Camille Verhoeven Trilogy - Pierre Lemaitre Anne Forestier finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time when she is trapped in the middle of a raid on a jewellers on the Champs-Élysées. Shot three times, she is lucky to survive – and morbidly unlucky to remember the face of her assailant.

Followed home from her hospital bed, Anne is in grave danger. But one thing stands in her favour – a dangerously vengeful partner, carrying the scars of devastating loss, who will break all the rules to protect the woman he loves: Commandant Camille Verhoeven.

Following the horror of Irène and the thrills of Alex, Camille is the heart-stopping final chapter of Lemaitre’s multi-award-winning trilogy, soon to be the subject of a major American film. Drawn once again into a labyrinthine web with answers ever out of reach, Camille must draw on all his talent to face an enemy who threatens everything he holds dear.

"Perhaps I have been a little overzealous ..."
"Overzealous ? You've broken every rule in the book."

The conclusion to Pierre Lemaitre's stylish trilogy, whilst doesn't reach the exceptional heights of the previous 2 volumes is a fitting conclusion of the story of a man whose life is shaped by three women. You really do have to read this series in order to avoid spoilers and a nod to the translator who provides a flawless reading experience.