SERIES: The Templars’ Last Secret is the tenth book in the Bruno, Chief of Police series, which has sold a combined 300,000 copies. Two Vintage Shorts eBook Originals—A Market Tale and Bruno and the Carol Singers—are also available.
PRAISE: As is the case with all of Walker’s books, this new novel has received strong reviews. The New York Times Book Review calls it “enchanting,” and The Seattle Times says Bruno is “immensely appealing.”
MEDIA: Eric Asimov wrote a feature on “The Delicious World of Bruno, Chief of Police” for The New York Times to coincide with the hardcover publication, and Forbes ran a similar piece. Martin has also made multiple appearances on The Diane Rehm Show.
ONLINE PRESENCE: Walker’s website, www.brunochiefofpolice.com, has a loyal following and features a personal blog, recipes from the books, travel suggestions for the Périgord region, and more.
NEXT BOOK: The next Bruno book, A Taste for Vengeance, is expected in June 2018 from Knopf.
“Enchanting.”—The New York Times Book Review
“Fast-moving, totally engaging…. The joy of Mr. Walker’s Bruno series is the way the reader becomes immersed into [a] little-known corner of the world.”—Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
“Rich in atmosphere and personality, with characters bound by the tenacious strictures of history and memory. And almost without fail, everything stops for lunch. It’s impossible to read a Bruno novel without getting hungry and thirsty.”—The New York Times
“The Templars’ Last Secret brings back [the] immensely appealing, sharp-witted Inspector Bruno…. Walker likes to mix rural France’s pleasures with surprising themes…. [But] none of this negates Bruno’s daily life—including his inability to resist good food.”—The Seattle Times
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