STONE ANGEL: HE'S GOT AMERICAN GRIT. AND FRENCH SAVOIR-FAIRE.
Pete Sawyer is a private investigator who's half-French, half-American, and totally sophisticated. Lazy afternoons he's usually swimming in the Mediterranean, a convenient step or two from his villa on the Riviera. But when a case calls, he's in high gear--looking for a missing person. Or a murderer. Or both.
Minding his own business at a favorite Nice creperie, Pete notices a teenage girl hurrying by--with a desperate look on her face. Moments later, two cops arrive, a young actor named Bruno Ravic bursts from a nearby doorway, shots are fired, and Pete's most dangerous case to date begins. The girl is Odile Garnier and her father, former Grand Prix champ Egon Mulhausser, hires Pete to find her. But what is the connection between Odile and Bruno, who is murdered just a few days later? And why do so many clues seem to lead to the Cannes Film Festival.. . and to a certain director?
Pete Sawyer must go underground--literally--to save lives and solve this sensational mystery.