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Edward Rutherfurd's Paris

Paris.jpgAfter London and New York, Paris was inevitable.

Edward Rutherfurd's latest novel of historical fiction takes place in The City of Lights. We follow aristocratic and working-class families down through the centuries - linking us to major moments in history and iconic monuments, like Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower.

There are juicy scandalous storylines and a few complicated relationships, but it's the descriptions of Paris though the ages that will make you want to get on a plane after the first chapter.

Edward Rutherfurd will be in Knowlton this morning (call Brome Lake Books to reserve) and at Books and Breakfast tomorrow morning at Paragraphe bookstore in Montreal.

He joins Sonali Karnick in studio.

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