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Even though it covers much ground -- from my current home of Sarasota, FL, to my part-time home of Paris, to Poland during the war, it is at heart a novel of Paris.
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|Length: 296 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||
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How can you not enjoy a book set in Paris?? I loved the scenery and the sensation of Paris--what a great background for any story. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Reader in CA
You almost need a notebook to remember the vast array of characters.
But, if you love reading about Paris, and delving into the events and machinations of WWII, you'll enjoy... Read more
Nothing special here... except to note that the author is obsesses with the weight of various characters that appear here. A rather fizzled ending. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Robert E. Johnson
I really enjoyed this book. The glimpses of history added to the current action. The complaints? I found some of the characters unnecessary and unbelievable , and the ending... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
A gruesome historical time provides many opportunities for a novel. The wild hunt for a lost treasure has many twists that make for suspense and keep you moving on to the next... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Anne
Review of Treasure of Saint-Lazare
By John Pearce
Reviewed by author Roy Murry
The mystery and history of World War II Paris comes alive in John Pearce’s... Read more
This work of historical fiction covers themes such as the Monuments Men and the Rape of Europa.
We open in 2008 when Roy Castor is killed in a car accident. Read more
Unique discriptions let you feel like walking in the area with the people. The story held me from the beginning.Published 16 months ago by Lil Grammie
Having recently been reading about the Monuments Men, I was pleased to find a thriller that featured the next generation of seekers. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Pat1360