The chapel of Notre Dame de la Salette is snuggled in a hillside among ancient vineyards in the South of France. The only door is securely locked, the two windows sealed; in front of the altar lie the leathery remains of a young man and behind it, the twisted body of a young woman. This is a case for Inspector Maurice Pruvost and Prof. Jacqueline Mouchot, a forensic anthropologist at the Sorbonne in Paris.
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