Ebook The Parisians Author Marius Gabriel Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Paris, 1940 The Nazis Have Occupied The City And The Ritz The Opulent Old Hotel, So Loved By Parisians, Is Now Full Of Swaggering Officers, Their Minions And Their Mistresses.For American Olivia Olsen, Working As A Chambermaid At The Hotel Means Denying Her Nationality And Living A Lie, Every Day Bringing The Danger Of Discovery Closer When Hitler S Right Hand Man Moves In And Makes Her His Pet, She Sees An Opportunity To Help The Resistance And Draw Closer To Jack, Her Contact, Whose Brusque Instructions May Be A Shield For Something Within The Hotel, Famed Designer Coco Chanel Quickly Learns That The New Regime Could Work To Her Benefit, While Arletty, One Of France S Best Loved Actresses, Shocks Those Around Her And Herself With A Forbidden Love.But As The War Reaches Its Terrible End, All Three Women Learn The True Price Of Their Proximity To The Enemy For In The Shadow Of War, Is Anyone Truly Safe
Marius Gabriel is an international thriller and mystery writer.Under the pseudonym Madeleine Ker, he wrote over 30 romance novels in the 1980s.As Marius Gabriel he has written several mystery best sellers, some of them historical novels.He has three grown up children and currently lives in Cairo and London He is 59.
- 368 pages
- The Parisians
- Marius Gabriel
- 19 November 2017 Marius Gabriel