10 edition of Paris, Paris found in the catalog.
September 1, 2005
by Transatlantic Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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About the Author B.A. PARIS is the New York Times, USA Today, and internationally bestselling author of Behind Closed Doors. She grew up in England but has spent most of her adult life in France.
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Paris the capital of the Region Ile de France. The city is located around the river Seine in the Northern Part of France km south of the North See. The name Paris comes from the Ceptic Tribe "Parissi". The city originally known as Lutecia during the Roman Empire slowly changed to Paris. In Hugh Capet, Count of Paris became King of France.
Paris: Portrait of a City by Jean Claude Gautrand offers a visual journey through the history of the city to present day Paris. We created a subtle black and white horizontal design with the Louvre’s pyramid for the spines of these books.
This set is a subtle nod to the city that any Francophile will adore. Little Black Book of Paris The Little Black Book is the kind of book that fits snugly in your handbook, ready to guide you around the city of lights from the get-go.
If you buy the hard copy, then there are fold-out travel maps and handy tips for when your smartphone inevitably runs. Narrated by Alice, the book describes the couple’s life together in Paris at 27 rue de Fleurus as they rub elbows with some of Paris’s great artistic elites and live through WWI while.B.A.
Paris is an author who was brought up in England and currently lives in France. Paris came out of nowhere in August with her debut book, Behind Closed thriller/suspense novel was an instant hit and was on both the New York Times and USA Today bestseller list.
It was an incredible psychological thriller about what goes on behind the closed doors of what seems to be the.