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Paperback 400 Pages / Published: 07/02/2008
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Monsieur Claude Reynaud is known throughout France for his talent for making fabulous clothes. The most elegant women in Paris regularly undertake the pilgrimage to the cobbled village of Senlis to be charmed by the tailor in his cluttered studio by the century-old apple tree. Claude can take a measurement at a glance, stores everything in his head, and fashions each dress by hand. And, despite his ex-wife's protests, he refuses to be lured by the promise of the Parisian fashion industry. He is too old change and certainly too old to fall in love: his only passion is his studio. Then one afternoon, in a cloud of spring blossom, Mademoiselle Valentine de Verlay arrives on Claude's doorstep. She commissions him to create her wedding dress. But before the first stitch has even been made, Claude realises that for the first time in his life he has fallen passionately in love and, very quickly, the seams of both their lives begin to unravel...

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9780099502876
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 270 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 25 mm


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"A stunningly well written novel of love and longing, shot through with that sweet but melancholic tristesse, which owes much to the very French backdrop. An absolute gem." * She *
"The Dressmaker is a fabulously inventive novel" * In Style *
"touching...will delight fans of Chocolat or Captain Corelli" * Gloss Magazine *
"Utterly irresistible ... The Dressmaker is a delight" * Margot Livesey *
"Elizabeth Oberbeck's novel shimmers with invention. Her imagination is amazingly tactile, visual and sensuous, a rare pleasure ... The Dressmaker is a wonderful debut" * Beth Gutcheon *

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“Bride's Head Turned”

This is a pleasant summer read, perfect for reading by the pool or on the beach. Love hits hard when cupid finally aims his arrow at Monsieur Claude Reynaud, dressmaker extraordinaire. Unfortunately, his one true love... More

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18th July 2011
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