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A Week in Paris, Paperback / softback Book

A Week in Paris Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

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From the million-copy Sunday Times bestseller comes a gripping and moving story spanning 25 years and World War II, secrets, family and enduring love. The streets of Paris hide a dark past... September, 1937. Kitty Travers enrols at the Conservatoire on the banks of the Seine to pursue her dream of becoming a concert pianist.

But then war breaks out and the city of light falls into shadow. Nearly twenty-five years later, Fay Knox, a talented young violinist, visits Paris on tour with her orchestra.

She barely knows the city, so why does it feel so familiar?

Soon touches of memory become something stronger, and she realises her connection with these streets runs deeper than she ever expected. As Fay traces the past, with only an address in an old rucksack to help her, she discovers dark secrets hidden years ago, secrets that cause her to question who she is and where she belongs... Praise for Rachel Hore's novels: 'A tour de force.

Rachel's Paris is rich, romantic, exotic and mysterious' JUDY FINNIGAN 'An elegiac tale of wartime love and secrets' Telegraph 'A richly emotional story, suspenseful and romantic, but unflinching in its portrayal of the dreadful reality and legacy of war' Book of the Week, Sunday Mirror 'Pitched perfectly for a holiday read' Guardian 'Engrossing, pleasantly surprising and throughly readable' SANTA MONTEFIORE 'A beautifully written and magical novel about life, love and family' CATHY KELLY

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