THE PARIS ARCHITECT brings us to 1942 Paris, where gifted architect Lucien Bernard accepts a commission that will bring him a great deal of money—and maybe get him killed. But if he's clever enough, he'll avoid any trouble. All he has to do is design a secret hiding place for a wealthy Jewish man, a space so invisible that even the most determined German officer won't find it. He sorely needs the money, and outwitting the Nazis who have occupied his beloved city is a challenge he can't resist. An architect by profession, Charles Belfoure has published several architectural histories, one of which won a Graham Foundation Grant for architectural research. He has been a freelance writer for the Baltimore Sun and The New York Times. He lives in Maryland. Books will be provided by FoxTale Book Shoppe.
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