The Bones of Paris: A Novel of Suspense - Laurie R. King

1929 Paris is in turmoil, but Harris Stuyvesant is determined to comb every corner of it for the missing American girl he’s become obsessed with. Laurie R. King explores the darker crevasses of the modernist art world in The Bones of Paris (Bantam, $26), a mystery that features artists from Man Ray to Hemingway. Who’s the guilty party? Returning to the sensual world she created in her 2008 novel Touchstone, King vividly evokes the history of Paris—its dead and their surfacing skeletons, for instance—and its 1920s cultural life, as typified by Sylvia Beach and her young bookstore. This rich novel makes Paris as much a character as the people living in and disappearing into it.

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$26.00
ISBN: 9780345531766
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Published: Bantam - September 10th, 2013

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ISBN: 9780345531780
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Published: Bantam - October 7th, 2014