When Paul Casablancas, Claire DeWitt's musician ex-boyfriend, is found dead in his home in San Francisco's Mission District, the police are convinced it's a simple robbery. But, as Claire knows, nothing is ever simple. With the help of her new assistant Claude, Claire follows the clues, finding possible leads to Paul's fate in other cases - a long-ago missing girl and a modern-day miniature horse theft in Marin. As visions of the past reveal the secrets of the present, Claire begins to understand the words of the enigmatic French detective Jacques Silette: 'The detective won't know what he is capable of until he encounters a mystery that pierces his own heart.' "Just as "City of the Dead" was acclaimed for its unique heroine and powerful atmosphere - 'mesmeric ...unlike any other crime novel you'll read this year'". ("Guardian"). "The most unusual , intelligent thriller I've read for years". (Sophie Hannah). "Claire DeWitt and The Bohemian Highway" is an extraordinarily powerful and moving mystery novel from a rare talent.
The eagerly awaited second book in the Claire DeWitt series, featuring 'one of the genre's most original characters in years ... as if David Lynch directed a Raymond Chandler novel' (CNN).
Sara Gran is the author of five critically acclaimed novels, including Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead, Come Closer and Dope. She also writes for film and TV (including TNT's 'Southland') and has published in The New York Times, The New Orleans Times Picayune, and USA Today.