Roderick d'ENTRAC
Murder, sex and money conspire against the West in the underskirts of France
The book, the context, the climate and crisis of corruption today

                       The author of Paris Night

Roderick d’Entrac is a British journalist who has lived and worked in France for many years and has an “insider’s understanding of past “affairs” and how “the system” works.


He has been a reporter in the UK, the Middle East, a deputy chief editor of a global news agency, a financial consultant, and an MBA lecturer.


He was author of a book on Nazi finance which provoked explicit death threats at the time and still generates controversy.


Now he returns to the genre of Le Carré, Gorky Park, Ludlum, Philip Kerr with an equally controversial thriller in the climate of the “suicide” of a French minister and Islamic attacks in France.