From the acclaimed “master of the Quebec thriller” comes an action-packed, breakneck mystery featuring Montreal police detectives Victor Lessard and Jacinthe Taillon, who race to track down a ruthless killer.
When a homeless man jumps to his death in Old Montreal, the police discover two wallets in his possession: one belonging to a retired psychiatrist who was recently murdered in a bizarre ritual, the other to a powerful corporate lawyer who has vanished. As Montreal police detective Victor Lessard and his partner, Jacinthe Taillon, work to solve the separate mysteries, a dark history begins to emerge.
While the pressure builds and the bodies accumulate, dark and disturbing secrets come to light about a pivotal moment in political history. But will Lessard and Taillon crack the case in time to prevent the killer from striking again?
“French Canadian author Michaud makes his English-language debut with this raucous crime thriller."
- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
“NEVER FORGET is a crackerjack read. Michaud artfully constructs the world of the Montreal police and a borad cast of characters while keeping his eye steady on ways to rachet up the tension at every turn...there is much in Never Forget to recommend, even to the casual mystery reader."
- QUILL & QUIRE
“Michaud is a master of twisty storytelling and compelling atmosphere. This kept me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. I can't wait to read Lessard's next case!"
- Catherine McKenzie, bestselling author of I’LL NEVER TELL and THE GOOD LIAR
"It will leave you bloodless, and I mean that in the nicest possible way."
- Alan Bradley, bestselling author of the Flavia de Luce Mysteries
“Novelist Martin Michaud has produced a thriller that’s solid, fast-moving, intelligent, and enlivened by moments of sharp humour and political insight.”
- JOURNAL DE QUÉBEC
“With its breakneck pace, flawless narration and smooth, familiar style, NEVER FORGETis Michaud’s best novel yet. This is one thriller you’ll remember.”
- LA PRESSE
“Why settle for Scandinavian authors when the man people are rightly calling the new master of Quebec crime fiction is right here under our noses? "