A serial killer is on the loose in the city of Paris. How many victims will it take before Police Commissioner Martin and his detective team can manage to decipher the murderer's gruesome plan?
When a private detective's clients are tortured and eliminated, one by one, Martin and his deputy Jeannette are convinced that the killer is a woman. Can they track her down and put her out of action?
Over a five-year period, six blonde, beautiful and highly qualified women mysteriously disappear, but nobody connects the cases, until a seventh victim fitting the profile survives an attempted kidnap
Although Martin's own daughter is in hospital and his relationship is under threat, he must throw himself into a demanding search for two lost children who have a cold-blooded killer hunting them down
Martin wakes up in the middle of the night to find himself lying beside a woman he doesn't recognise in an apartment he's never visited before. Two days later, a woman's body is found in the same bed.
When a little girl is found dead under a flyover, the clues point to a former pimp but the police find his flat is empty. A grim reality soon emerges: the victim had a younger sister, who is missing.
Paul Vigan's appeal against his conviction for the murders of the six young women is looming and Jeannette must testify against him in court. But then another victim fitting the profile is found.
When an anonymous killer murders seven people on a bus in central Paris, Martin makes an upsetting discovery about one of the victims and is sure that sooner or later the perpetrator will strike again
The homicide division is shaken when Marie-Laure, the head of the forensic department, is accused of murdering a rapist. Despite all the evidence stacked up against her, Martin is sure she's innocent.