Murder at Roaringwater is the inside story of a young Frenchwoman, Sophie Toscan du Plantier. In this notorious and unresolved crime, the victim seemed to have a premonition of her own terrible end.
Ever since she was violently killed outside her holiday cottage in the remote West Cork countryside just before Christmas in 1996, mystery has surrounded the unresolved case of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.For six years, author Nick Foster has been painstakingly piecing together her life and death, developing an ongoing ‘friendship’ with the Englishman long-suspected of her murder, Ian Bailey, and his partner, Jules Thomas.The story follows Foster in Paris and Ireland as he leaves no stone unturned in his quest to reveal the young Frenchwoman’s killer and understand the motives behind such a terrible crime.
“A true-crime tour de force. Foster delivers a forensic and exciting account of this international murder mystery.” DONAL MACINTYRE