Sunday, February 21, 2016

A Fascinating Trip to Paris Past and Present

Off the Shelf
By Barry Lancet    |   Friday, February 19, 2016
As a Californian expat writer living in Tokyo, I always have an eye out for intriguing novels with an overseas setting.
Michelle Gable’s A Paris Apartment is just that. 

The story begins when a musty Paris apartment, kept under lock and key for decades, is opened after the woman paying the rent passes away. Inside is a treasure trove of furniture that could fill a museum—and a sensational portrait of a beautiful woman by Giovanni Boldini, the renowned Italian painter who made the city his home. READ MORE

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