The Last Time I Saw Paris

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Berkley Books
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5.3 X 7.9 X 1.0 inches | 0.65 pounds

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About the Author
Lynn Sheene is the author of The Last Time I Saw Paris. She attended University of California, Santa Barbara, and worked as an environmental and science writer before becoming a full-time fiction writer. She resides in Southern California with her family.
Praise for The Last Time I Saw Paris

"Set against the backdrop of Paris during the Second World War, The Last Time I Saw Paris is a breathtaking tale of love, courage, intrigue and betrayal. Beautifully written and heartfelt, it is a thoroughly enjoyable and memorable read."--New York Times bestselling author Pam Jenoff

"American money, Nazi skullduggery, British sangfroid, French passion--in The Last Time I Saw Paris, Lynn Sheene delivers more drama, romance and suspense than we've seen since the Paris Occupation in Casablanca."--New York Times bestselling author Katherine Neville

"The Last Time I Saw Paris is an absorbing, suspenseful and delightful debut. Lynn Sheene has delivered a fantastic romance thriller, which perfectly balances convincing historical research with page-turning thrills. It is an absolute joy to read."--Bestselling author David Liss

"The Last Time I Saw Paris glows with the faded but indomitable beauty of the city herself. Sheene's research is impeccable, her writing lyrical, and in Claire Badeau she has created an unflinching heroine who haunted me long after I regretfully devoured the last page. Sheene is a powerful writer, and I cannot wait to read whatever comes next."--New York Times bestselling author Rebecca Cantrell

"Well-written, well-researched and genuinely suspenseful."--#1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris

"Sheene gives readers a heroine who could give Scarlett O'Hara lessons in determination and a fascinating taste of life in the City of Light during the difficult days of World War II."--The Chicago Tribune