A Postcard from Paris (Paperback)
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A Postcard from Paris (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 15/04/2021
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Praise for Alex Brown 'An intriguing story you will love' Jill Mansell 'The cleverly entwined stories kept me turning the pages' Trisha Ashley 'I adored it' Lesley Pearse 'Evocative and engaging ... a story to fall in love with.' Cathy Bramley 'A warm, emotional tale of love, friendship and following your heart.' Milly Johnson

Annie Lovell is keen to put the spark back into her life and when her elderly neighbour inherits an abandoned Parisian apartment she goes to Paris to discover more. Her curiosity takes an unexpected turn on discovering a bundle of secret diaries hidden within the walls, detailing the life of a young English woman, Beatrice Crawford, who volunteered in 1916 to nurse the soldiers in the fields of France.

Captivated by the romantic City of Light, Annie realises first appearances are not always as they seem. Following Beatrice's journey from the Great War, through the Roaring Twenties and to a very different life in WWII Paris, Annie must piece together the events from the past, if she is to fulfil the legacy that Beatrice left for her to find...

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780008421984
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 280 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 27 mm


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Praise for Alex Brown:
'A glamorous and moving portrayal of love, war and friendship.' Carmel Harrington

'I adored it' Milly Johnson

'A really lovely read' Sarah Morgan

'Very lovely' Jill Mansell.

'An intriguing and heart-warming story you will love' Katie Fforde

'Warm and cosy' Lucy Diamond

'Poignant and moving, the cleverly entwined stories kept me turning the pages.' Trisha Ashley

'Alex Brown at her very best - charming, witty, heartwarming and full of absorbing characters' Carmel Harrington

'A lovely, warm-hearted and compassionate tale' LoveReading

'This was genuinely one of the most special books I've read this year.' Bookish Escapes

A lovely book to curl up and unwind with, as sweet and charming as home made apple pie' Milly Johnson

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“Fabulous”

This is a lovely read from Alex Brown, for me it’s a slightly different style to ones I’ve previously read of hers as it’s a little more of a serious read but it has great characters both in the present day with... More

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“An enchanting and emotional story of characters both past and present”

What a brilliant, funny, moving and emotional read. Annie is stuck in a bit of a rut, in a boring job, both children have left home, her best friend is now living in Australia and her main company is her elderly... More

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“Wonderful!! Brings the inspiration of adventure to your life!”

What a fabulous book!! Absolutely loved this latest from Alex Brown, one of my favourite authors who never disappoints. This is the story of Annie, who is a little stuck in a rut, having been a committed single parent... More

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