Moonlight Over Paris

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William Morrow & Company
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5.4 X 7.9 X 1.0 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author

Jennifer Robson is the Globe & Mail and Toronto Star number-one bestselling author of six novels, among them The Gown and Somewhere in France. She holds a doctorate in British history from the University of Oxford and lives in Toronto, Canada, with her husband and children.

"Returns with mastery once more to the World War I era.... This is a moving and memorable book."--Pam Jenoff, bestselling author of The Winter Guest
"Meticulously researched and richly detailed, Moonlight Over Paris paints an enchanting picture... The elegance of Robson's prose flows through every page, sweeping the reader from London's aristocracy to the Parisian art scene and beyond... a heartwarming love story that left me aching for a journey back in time."--Kristina McMorris, New York Times bestselling author of The Edge of Lost
"The vibrant whirl of the Paris art community is the ideal setting for this novel of healing and growth. Robson's lovely prose allows the reader to savor the atmosphere of the Lost Generation, as well as the personal struggles of her characters."--RT Book Reviews
"Robson is a master of evoking atmospheric detail that transports readers back in time and place. I loved every page!"--Renee Rosen, author of White Collar Girl
"Robson gives the concept of self-discovery amid the enchanting streets of Paris a fresh spin in MOONLIGHT OVER PARIS. Delightful and romantic, readers will devour Robson's latest work."--Heather Webb, author of Rodin's Lover
"Robson's historical research is evident in her great attention to detail, adding realism to a magnetic novel that's complete with actual historical figures. The blooming romance between Sam and Ellie is intensified by the magic of Paris in the 1920s, where new artists and musicians collaborated to create original masterpieces."--Publishers Weekly