The Last Best Book

The Last Best Book I read:

The Last Time I Saw Paris, by Lynn Sheene. American Claire Harris Stone escapes a disastrous marriage by fleeing to Paris, expecting the open arms of a lover — only to find herself caught in war, intrigue, betrayal, and unexpected redemption. The best kind of armchair travel – no guns, no rationing, but you can smell the roses at La Vie en Fleurs, and taste the champagne, especially if you read with a chilled glass at hand!

And no, this has nothing to do with writing about the law. I just loved the book and want to share it. I expect to do this on occasion.

(And by the way, I bought this book with my own money — no free review copies here!)

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