Michael Hertz

Biography

Michael T. Hertz was born in New York City and has lived and worked in Halifax, Nova Scotia, California, Paris, Portland, Maine, and Eugene, Oregon. He worked for three years in the Paris law office of Coudert Frères, taught law at Dalhousie University Faculty of Law and at the law schools of Maine and Oregon. He practiced bankruptcy law for 27 years in California, published a law book, and wrote and published 17 lengthy articles on a variety of legal subjects. He was a foreign exchange student in Marseille at the height of the OAS reign of terror (1961-62). He resides permanently in Sechelt, British Columbia where he writes, plays jazz piano, bakes bread and makes beer and wine.

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Books

Seven Victims In Marseille
Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 98,470. Language: English. Published: January 11, 2009. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Marseille knows what trouble is. So does David Carrier. Born and raised in a Marseille slum, Carrier joined the U.S. Army and returned undercover to help the Resistance liberate Marseille from the German Occupation. Eighteen years later, there’s a new war in Marseille's streets, as Carrier tries to solve the string of murders connected with his late wife's family.
Slaughterhouse
Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 98,200. Language: English. Published: January 4, 2009. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
Marseille, France, 1966: Gerard Lupo returns from exile to lead the terrorist OAS in its last hurrah, to recover millions in stolen francs. Lupo’s arch-enemy, half-Tunisian Guy Jobert, was the police OAS expert. He’s known Lupo since school days but went into hiding after the OAS almost killed him. Jobert comes back, in a tale of kidnapping, murder, intrigue and romance.

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