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The challenging journey he embarks on is a very good story with intrigue, suspense, quirky characters and murder.
I also think there is too much name dropping in this book - a bit would be fine but she seems to have dragged all of 1920s Paris into this book.
If you care for good storys, fascinating characters and like the mix of history and fiction, "The Bones of Paris" is a perfect read.
I am preparing for a trip to Paris, thought this book would be intriguing. It was! Definitely a slow book, but worth the time.Published 3 days ago by sarah downey
As always, Laurie King does not disappoint! Looking forward to the next installment...anxiouslyPublished 4 days ago by jean
if you you are a Laurie King fan, a Paris devotee or love all things jazz age - this is a twisted mystery for you! Read morePublished 4 days ago by E. Keating
well developed characters. it kept my interest. I enjoy a series of books.Published 18 days ago by beverly
Well developed plot with great sense of place and appealing characters. Great detective mystery, with Stuyvesant & Grey pivotal again. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Kate
A list of new characters with a continuance of great writing filled with a scholars deep historical background. Just loved it and hope to see more!Published 19 days ago by Omwave
interesting. I was in Paris at the time and I loved reading it thenPublished 1 month ago by Barbara Gilkerson
This was an interesting premise for the time period and place, but it rambled too long for me. It was too much of a bad thing. Suspense got lost in repetition. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Smart Sister