The Paris Architect
by Charles Belfoure
Praise For This Book:
“Heart, reluctant heroism, and art blend together in this spine-chilling page turner.” — Publishers Weekly

"Belfoure writes like an up-and-coming Ken Follett." — Booklist

“ Disturbing and captivating . . . [this] beautiful tale demonstrates that while human beings are capable of great atrocities, they have a capacity for tremendous acts of courage as well.” — Library Journal

“I dreamed about this novel.” — Jenna Blum, New York Times bestselling author of Those Who Save Us

“A beautiful and elegant account of an ordinary man’s unexpected and reluctant descent into heroism during the second World War.” —Malcolm Gladwell

"With his unadorned,zippy style and broad-brush characters, Belfoure writes like anup-and-coming Ken Follett but with more sex and violence and strongerlanguage. There's plenty of detail to interest architecture buffs, too." -- Sarah Johnson

"Delivers the suspense of Schindler's List and the German-occupied Paris of Alan Furst in this tense tale of an architect hiding Jews from the Nazis." Julie Kramer, author of Shunning Sarah and Stalking Susan

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