France, 1625. Young poor nobleman d’Artagnan leaves his Gascony home for the bright lights of Paris with intentions of becoming Musketeer of the Guard
Twelve-year-old Hugo and his alcoholic uncle tend to a train station's clocks--which one day simply disappear--while hiding in the hidden world the station.
Paris murder mystery recreates La Belle Époque with panache.
A fascinating novel set in pre-revolutionary France, the eventful Pure will keep you engrossed.
Moore at his best — underneath the laughter lies the truth the clown usually covers with a greasepaint smile.
The narrative of The Book of Lost Fragrances builds up slowly, but keeps you turning the pages to find out what happens next.
The 12th entry in the Paris-set Aimee Leduc Investigation series has our protagonist trying to reconcile a murder with another's disappearance - while events get curiouser and curiouser...
A great book about love and life in the city of lights.
This counterculture artist and designer's memoir is full of interesting anecdotes.
Travel tips for for the well-heeled traveler bound for New York, London, Paris, and Berlin.