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When Mike accepts a two-year contract in France, Anna is delighted at the prospect of spending time in Paris and Marseille. She doesn’t anticipate being drawn into yet another mystery, one which puts her own life in danger.

Praise for Missing In France -

“Missing in France is Ms Chapman’s best Anna Davies mystery yet! Is Marseille the wicked city it’s said to be? It doesn’t seem so to Anna until she meets a woman whose little girl was kidnapped. When a baby boy vanishes from his bedroom in the same way, Anna cannot resist sleuthing, only to discover other children, scattered throughout the South of France, met the same fate over a period of years, but what fate?

Rita Lee Chapman has a talent for painting a vivid backdrop to the action. You can see the beauty of Paris, Avignon, and Arles, and taste the delicious food. Take a glass of wine or a coffee with Anna, but remember danger lurks behind you!” - Amazon Review

About The Author

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Rita Lee Chapman was born in London and moved to Australia in her early twenties. 

It was only when she retired that she wrote her first novel, Missing in Egypt, the first in the Anna Davies Mystery series. This was followed by Missing at Sea, Missing in London and Missing in France. All can be enjoyed as stand-alone books.  

Winston – A Horse’s Tale was written for horse lovers like herself.  “It was the book I had to write.”   

Dangerous Associations and The Poinciana Tree are crime mysteries.  

When she’s not writing or reading, Rita enjoys playing tennis, walking and entertaining.    

To learn more, visit her website at

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