Historical fiction set in Paris and a standalone historical epic: I hope you’re excited for our gift to you for today’s #PubDay!
PARIS ECHO by Sebastian Faulks
“A fun romp through Paris and history, one that nevertheless makes us understand that the sins of the past are not truly past.”—Kirkus
“Faulks offers a subtle but affecting portrait of friendship while exploring the immense difficulty of making sense of the larger world”—Booklist
“Faulks shines new light on the experience of women during France’s darker past… An atmospheric, engrossing novel by a seasoned storyteller.”—Library Journal
HEADS YOU WIN by Jeffrey Archer
“Typical for an Archer novel, the writing and characterizations are superb, and the book features several plot twists that send the story lines off in surprising new directions. There are a couple of moments, late in the novel, that should make readers’ jaws drop—moments so unexpected and surreal that they require a second reading, just to make sure we really just read what we think we did. A splendid novel, featuring one of Archer’s most elegantly told stories.”—Booklist, starred review