The phrase, "There is no perfect crime," is often heard, and it's true for a killer whose identity's changed for nearly two decades and who committed a recent heinous crime against an American student while on vacation in Paris and must've thought that was a done deal.
Retired Detective Curtis was outraged when he heard of Wendy Mezzler's death. He decided to end his fishing trip with his family and return to Washington to volunteer his time and open up Paige Pennington's case, dubbed The Silent Murder in Mid-air, one more time. He was determined to find the killer of both young ladies. He said that Wendy Mezzler and Paige Pennington's murders had similar facts-both girls were students around the same age, had similar heights, off by only an inch, and weights, off by only five pounds.
The two young students were on summer holidays, traveling on planned trips abroad for three weeks and four weeks, respectively. The detective thought: There are similarities with Paige and Wendy's cases: Both had nylons wrapped around their necks and their personal identifications were missing, replaced with someone else's. These are the key similarities in the murders. The telephone rang and he picked it up, then was shocked to hear: "Another student's dead!" The son of a glitzy Hollywood star, Victoria Bergman was found dead in the Bahamas.
After a false arrest, months of speculation, mountains of paperwork, miles of jetting across the globe, along with months of anguish, something positive was about to happen. The killer wasn't your typical eradicator, but with the help of science, DNA showed a match in two of the murders.
Murder by Deception in Paris is an eye-popping and jaw-dropping murder mystery full of exciting suspense.