Steve Haberman


A University of Texas graduate, Steve Haberman pursued legal studies at UCLA before becoming a lawyer's assistant. Stock market investments made foreign travel possible, and he has since visited Europe extensively, including London, Berlin, Prague, Lugano, and Milan.
Some of these cities feature in his thrillers.
A favorite city,though, remains the City of Light. The Paris he writes about is real, yet also of the imagination. Anything can happen. Is a murder more than it seems? Are the harmless truly harmless? Who can you trust? Are you sure? Where can you hide? Are you sure? Such are some of the questions his protagonists and others must ask themselves, while in that capital, in Steve's thrillers, Murder Without Pity and The Killing Ploy.

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Murder Without Pity
Price: $3.25 USD. Words: 71,100. Language: English. Published: May 1, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Murder Without Pity occurs in a Paris of riots over police killings and Far Right extremists. Here a state criminal investigator, grandson of a French Nazi collaborator during Germany's WWII Occupation of France, works small crime cases. Ashamed of his family's history, he avoids anything political. Little does he suspect the change awaiting him when he investigates a pensioner's bizarre murder.

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crime    criminal    detective    france    jewish    mysteries    paris    thrillers    world war ii