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About the author:
H J Gaudreau
HJ Gaudreau grew up on a small, fallow farm in mid-Michigan. His first book "BETRAYAL IN THE LOUVRE" is based upon a series of items used in the coronation of French kings. The book was inspired by the find of his own grandfather's World War I notebook. He has written two other novels: "THE COLLINGWOOD LEGACY" and "THE VIRUS CONSIPIRACY" novel.
The story introduced readers to Jim and Eve Crenshaw. "I used the name 'Herman James Crenshaw' in high school English creative writing classes because a friend tried to stick me with it as a nic name." The name seems to work.
HJ graduated from the University of Michigan and immediately joined the Air Force. He retired as a Colonel having lived and worked in Europe and across the United States. He has been a squadron and group commander and served as the Director of Contracting, Tinker Air Logistics Center and Deputy Director, Contracting, Aeronautical Systems Center.
Betrayal in the Louvre
H J Gaudreau
Trust no one...
Retired Air Force Colonel Jim Crenshaw stumbles
upon an incredible find, and the possible solution to a 200 year old mystery.
Jim and his wife Eve soon find themselves in a race to
recover the lost Royal Regalia of King Louis XVI, a
treasure hunt that throws them into a world of radical
international conspiracy, priceless antiquities, and
The couple soon realize that the forces against them
will stop at nothing, and learn the only people they
can trust are each other. Their opponents also learn a
valuable lesson...don't underestimate the Crenshaws.
- Publication Date:
- 0989403408 / 9780989403405
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Historical