The Parisians

The Parisians

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.

Author: Marius Gabriel

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In occupied Paris, one woman risks everything to help bring down the Nazis. 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 more... 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?
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Lord Lytton s Novels 27 The Parisians

Lord Lytton s Novels    27  The Parisians

... with profound consideration, &c. &c, "I. Renaed." The day after the receipt of this letter Graham Vane was in Paris. CHAPTEE II. Among things indescribable is that which is called 158 THE PARISIANS.

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

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A Letter to the Parisians and the French Nation Upon Inland Navigation Containing a Defence of the Public Character of His Grace Francis Egerton Late Duek of Bridgewater

A Letter to the Parisians  and the French Nation  Upon Inland Navigation  Containing a Defence of the Public Character of His Grace Francis Egerton  Late Duek of Bridgewater

And, Including Some Notices, And, Anecdotes, Concerning Mr. James Brindley Francis Henry Egerton Earl of Bridgewater. →= _- THE FIRST PART OF A LETTER, TO THE PARISIANS, AND,

Author: Francis Henry Egerton Earl of Bridgewater

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THE PARISIANS

THE PARISIANS

The humour and pathos of “ Chillingly ” are of a kind incompatible with the design of “ The Parisians , " which is a work of dramatized observation . “ Chillingly ” is a romance ; “ The Parisians ” is a novel .

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The Parisians

The Parisians

The humour and pathos of Chillingly are of a kind incompatible with the design of The Parisians , which is a work of dramatised observation . Chillingly is a Romance ; The Parisians is a Novel . The subject of Chillingly is ...

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

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The Parisians

The Parisians

Duplessis smiled grimly : “ What a thoroughbred Parisian you are , my dear Frederic ! I believe if the trump of the last angel were sounding , the Parisians would be divided into two sets : one the Marseillaise , and parading the red ...

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The Parisians Complete

The Parisians     Complete

The humour and pathos of “Chillingly” are of a kind incompatible with the design of “The Parisians,” which is a work of dramatized observation. “Chillingly” is a romance; “The Parisians” is a novel. The subject of “Chillingly” is ...

Author: Эдвард Бульвер-Литтон

Publisher: Litres

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The Parisians

The Parisians

Well, somehow or other the journal, as I was saying, hit the taste of the Parisian public. It intimated, with the easy grace of an unpremeditated agreeable talker, that French society in all its classes was rotten; and each class was ...

Author: Эдвард Бульвер-Литтон

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Paris and the Parisians in 1835

Paris and the Parisians in 1835

There are , I am very sure , more things at present above , about , and underneath the opera stage , than are dreamed of in any philosophy , excepting that of a Parisian carpenter . In the first scene of the Juive , ” a very noble ...

Author: Frances Milton Trollope

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The Novels of Lord Lytton The Parisians

The Novels of Lord Lytton  The Parisians

CHAPTER I. The last book closed with the success of the Parisian sortie on the 30th of November , to be followed by the terrible engagements no less honorable to French valor , on the 2d of December . There was the sanguine belief that ...

Author: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton

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