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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 08/02/2018
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What building doesn't have secrets? 

How much does anyone know of what goes on behind their neighbour's doors?

On a hot June day, grief-stricken Edward arrives in Paris hoping that a stay in a friend's empty apartment will help him mend. But this is not the Paris he knows: there are no landmarks or grand boulevards, and the apartment he was promised is little more than an attic room.

In the apartments below him, his new neighbours fill their flats with secrets. A young mother is on the brink, a bookshop owner buries her past, and a banker takes up a dark and malicious new calling.

Before he knows it, Edward will find himself entangled in their web, and as the summer heat intensifies so do tensions within and without the building, leading to a city-wide wave of violence, and a reckoning within the walls of number 37.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9781473641563
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 186 g
Dimensions: 199 x 175 x 17 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"A multi-layered novel, elevated by fine writing, in which our traditional view of Paris is debunked to show a less familiar side of the city. Cooper's expertly realised characters, both sympathetic and not, have stories that are interwoven with aplomb." - Daily Mail 

"An engaging debut that throws light on a hidden side of Paris." - Woman & Home

"This book played into my acute nosiness, throwing open the doors to the fictional lives of the residents of number 37 . . . It'll open your heart and your mind. It certainly did mine." - The Pool 

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TheBookTrail

“In a secret corner of Paris....”

An apartment in Paris filled with people from all corner of the globe – now I’ve lived in such a place and didn’t know my neighbours either – that planted the seed for wanting to see behind the closed doors of this... More

Paperback edition
28th January 2018
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What Cathy Read Next

“Engaging, thoughtful, intimate drama played out over a hot Paris summer”

I was really, really impressed with this book; despite being a debut is it has such an assured feel to it. From the beginning I was drawn into the stories of the various individuals living at Number 37, storing up the... More

Hardback edition
3 similar books recommended
7th August 2017
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“What a wonderful novel!”

I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

Cooper brings to life the sweltering heat, the fractious political tensions of Paris and the sexual tension between Edward and Frédérique.... More

Hardback edition
22nd July 2017
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