The Paris Winter: A Novel

Robertson, Imogen

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ISBN 10: 1250074444 / ISBN 13: 9781250074447
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Críticas: "I must have breathed while reading THE PARIS WINTER, but I could not say when. Robertson's dark tale in the City of Light will haunt the reader long after closing its pages."

--Erika Robuck, Bestselling Author of "Hemingway's Girl
""Rich as a ripened red wine, The Paris Winter intoxicates and satisfies the reader's darkest desires to be mysteriously entranced. With dazzling Belle Epoque detail and nail-biting plot, Robertson stylishly paints a historical thriller of intrigue and treachery that will have you staying up late to the very last page drop. A compulsive read. I couldn't put it down."""

--Sarah McCoy, author of the international bestseller "The Baker's Daughter
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"Imogen Robertson has written an enthralling novel. With its beguiling characters, deliciously twisted storyline, and setting in a city that is sometimes seductively glamorous, sometimes shivery with menace, "The Paris Winter" is an absolute treat for lovers of historical fiction."
--Margaret Leroy, author of "The Soldier's Wife
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"Deliciously chilling and dangerous. The plot and characters are absolutely mesmerizing, drawing you in to their world like the opium itself." --Karen Maitland, author of "Company of Liars
""The Paris Winter is a wonderful novel, an utterly transportive and richly detailed amalgam of historical fiction and spellbinding thriller. Imogen Robertson brings Belle Epoque Paris vividly to life in all its light and shadow, beauty and squalor, glory and treachery." --Jennifer Chiaverini, author of "Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker"

I must have breathed while reading THE PARIS WINTER, but I could not say when. Robertson's dark tale in the City of Light will haunt the reader long after closing its pages.--Erika Robuck, Bestselling Author of Hemingway's Girl

Rich as a ripened red wine, The Paris Winter intoxicates and satisfies the reader's darkest desires to be mysteriously entranced. With dazzling Belle Epoque detail and nail-biting plot, Robertson stylishly paints a historical thriller of intrigue and treachery that will have you staying up late to the very last page drop. A compulsive read. I couldn't put it down.""--Sarah McCoy, author of the international bestseller The Baker's Daughter"

Imogen Robertson has written an enthralling novel. With its beguiling characters, deliciously twisted storyline, and setting in a city that is sometimes seductively glamorous, sometimes shivery with menace, "The Paris Winter" is an absolute treat for lovers of historical fiction.--Margaret Leroy, author of The Soldier s Wife"

"Once the seeds of intrigue are planted, the scope of the book is expanded to encompass murderous plots, shady Parisian undersides, upper-class dealings, gems of history and gems - as in jewels. The women are heartwarming as friends and delightfully effective as crime fighters. With a twisty, well-crafted plot, this novel is rich in historical detail and robust with personality." --"Kirkus, starred review"

"I must have breathed while reading THE PARIS WINTER, but I could not say when. Robertson's dark tale in the City of Light will haunt the reader long after closing its pages." --Erika Robuck, Bestselling Author of Hemingway's Girl

"Rich as a ripened red wine, The Paris Winter intoxicates and satisfies the reader's darkest desires to be mysteriously entranced. With dazzling Belle Epoque detail and nail-biting plot, Robertson stylishly paints a historical thriller of intrigue and treachery that will have you staying up late to the very last page drop. A compulsive read. I couldn't put it down.""" --Sarah McCoy, author of the international bestseller The Baker's Daughter

"Imogen Robertson has written an enthralling novel. With its beguiling characters, deliciously twisted storyline, and setting in a city that is sometimes seductively glamorous, sometimes shivery with menace, "The Paris Winter" is an absolute treat for lovers of historical fiction." --Margaret Leroy, author of The Soldier's Wife

"Deliciously chilling and dangerous. The plot and characters are absolutely mesmerizing, drawing you in to their world like the opium itself." --"Karen Maitland, author of Company of Liars"

"The Paris Winter is a wonderful novel, an utterly transportive and richly detailed amalgam of historical fiction and spellbinding thriller. Imogen Robertson brings Belle Epoque Paris vividly to life in all its light and shadow, beauty and squalor, glory and treachery." --"Jennifer Chiaverini, author of Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker"

"Dramatic and teeming with intrigue, "The Paris Winter" is a richly detailed historical novel that both thrills and satisfies." --"Shelf Awareness"

"Both a romantic novel and a thriller, in the best possible ways.""" --"Spencer Daily Reporter"

"Paints a dark, evocative portrait of the turbulent era, highlighting the limits placed on women . . . instead of centering on a conventional love story like similar historical works, the dramatic, intriguing, richly detailed historical novel is held together by the tensile strength of the women's friendship." --"Shelf Awareness for Readers, starred review"

"Robertson is skillful at conjuring up not only a twisty, gripping plot, but also compelling characters . . . these multidimensional characters and Robertson's descriptions of Belle Epoque Paris - even of rats in ancient, flooding cellars - make the reader want to visit, even for a day." --"BookPage""

Once the seeds of intrigue are planted, the scope of the book is expanded to encompass murderous plots, shady Parisian undersides, upper-class dealings, gems of history and gems as in jewels. The women are heartwarming as friends and delightfully effective as crime fighters. With a twisty, well-crafted plot, this novel is rich in historical detail and robust with personality. "Kirkus, starred review"

I must have breathed while reading THE PARIS WINTER, but I could not say when. Robertson's dark tale in the City of Light will haunt the reader long after closing its pages. Erika Robuck, Bestselling Author of Hemingway's Girl

Rich as a ripened red wine, The Paris Winter intoxicates and satisfies the reader's darkest desires to be mysteriously entranced. With dazzling Belle Epoque detail and nail-biting plot, Robertson stylishly paints a historical thriller of intrigue and treachery that will have you staying up late to the very last page drop. A compulsive read. I couldn't put it down."" Sarah McCoy, author of the international bestseller The Baker's Daughter

Imogen Robertson has written an enthralling novel. With its beguiling characters, deliciously twisted storyline, and setting in a city that is sometimes seductively glamorous, sometimes shivery with menace, "The Paris Winter" is an absolute treat for lovers of historical fiction. Margaret Leroy, author of The Soldier s Wife

Deliciously chilling and dangerous. The plot and characters are absolutely mesmerizing, drawing you in to their world like the opium itself. "Karen Maitland, author of Company of Liars"

The Paris Winter is a wonderful novel, an utterly transportive and richly detailed amalgam of historical fiction and spellbinding thriller. Imogen Robertson brings Belle Epoque Paris vividly to life in all its light and shadow, beauty and squalor, glory and treachery. "Jennifer Chiaverini, author of Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker"

Dramatic and teeming with intrigue, "The Paris Winter" is a richly detailed historical novel that both thrills and satisfies. "Shelf Awareness"

Both a romantic novel and a thriller, in the best possible ways."" "Spencer Daily Reporter"

Paints a dark, evocative portrait of the turbulent era, highlighting the limits placed on women . . . instead of centering on a conventional love story like similar historical works, the dramatic, intriguing, richly detailed historical novel is held together by the tensile strength of the women's friendship. "Shelf Awareness for Readers, starred review"

Robertson is skillful at conjuring up not only a twisty, gripping plot, but also compelling characters . . . these multidimensional characters and Robertson's descriptions of Belle Epoque Paris even of rats in ancient, flooding cellars make the reader want to visit, even for a day. "BookPage""

Once the seeds of intrigue are planted, the scope of the book is expanded to encompass murderous plots, shady Parisian undersides, upper-class dealings, gems of history and gems as in jewels. The women are heartwarming as friends and delightfully effective as crime fighters. With a twisty, well-crafted plot, this novel is rich in historical detail and robust with personality. Kirkus, starred review

I must have breathed while reading THE PARIS WINTER, but I could not say when. Robertson's dark tale in the City of Light will haunt the reader long after closing its pages. Erika Robuck, Bestselling Author of Hemingway's Girl

Rich as a ripened red wine, The Paris Winter intoxicates and satisfies the reader's darkest desires to be mysteriously entranced. With dazzling Belle Epoque detail and nail-biting plot, Robertson stylishly paints a historical thriller of intrigue and treachery that will have you staying up late to the very last page drop. A compulsive read. I couldn't put it down. Sarah McCoy, author of the international bestseller The Baker's Daughter

Imogen Robertson has written an enthralling novel. With its beguiling characters, deliciously twisted storyline, and setting in a city that is sometimes seductively glamorous, sometimes shivery with menace, The Paris Winter is an absolute treat for lovers of historical fiction. Margaret Leroy, author of The Soldier s Wife

Deliciously chilling and dangerous. The plot and characters are absolutely mesmerizing, drawing you in to their world like the opium itself. Karen Maitland, author of Company of Liars

The Paris Winter is a wonderful novel, an utterly transportive and richly detailed amalgam of historical fiction and spellbinding thriller. Imogen Robertson brings Belle Epoque Paris vividly to life in all its light and shadow, beauty and squalor, glory and treachery. Jennifer Chiaverini, author of Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker

Dramatic and teeming with intrigue, The Paris Winter is a richly detailed historical novel that both thrills and satisfies. Shelf Awareness

Both a romantic novel and a thriller, in the best possible ways. Spencer Daily Reporter

Paints a dark, evocative portrait of the turbulent era, highlighting the limits placed on women . . . instead of centering on a conventional love story like similar historical works, the dramatic, intriguing, richly detailed historical novel is held together by the tensile strength of the women's friendship. Shelf Awareness for Readers, starred review

Robertson is skillful at conjuring up not only a twisty, gripping plot, but also compelling characters . . . these multidimensional characters and Robertson's descriptions of Belle Epoque Paris even of rats in ancient, flooding cellars make the reader want to visit, even for a day. BookPage

"

"Once the seeds of intrigue are planted, the scope of the book is expanded to encompass murderous plots, shady Parisian undersides, upper-class dealings, gems of history and gems - as in jewels. The women are heartwarming as friends and delightfully effective as crime fighters. With a twisty, well-crafted plot, this novel is rich in historical detail and robust with personality." --Kirkus, starred review

"I must have breathed while reading THE PARIS WINTER, but I could not say when. Robertson's dark tale in the City of Light will haunt the reader long after closing its pages." --Erika Robuck, Bestselling Author of Hemingway's Girl

"Rich as a ripened red wine, The Paris Winter intoxicates and satisfies the reader's darkest desires to be mysteriously entranced. With dazzling Belle Epoque detail and nail-biting plot, Robertson stylishly paints a historical thriller of intrigue and treachery that will have you staying up late to the very last page drop. A compulsive read. I couldn't put it down." --Sarah McCoy, author of the international bestseller The Baker's Daughter

"Imogen Robertson has written an enthralling novel. With its beguiling characters, deliciously twisted storyline, and setting in a city that is sometimes seductively glamorous, sometimes shivery with menace, The Paris Winter is an absolute treat for lovers of historical fiction." --Margaret Leroy, author of The Soldier's Wife

"Deliciously chilling and dangerous. The plot and characters are absolutely mesmerizing, drawing you in to their world like the opium itself." --Karen Maitland, author of Company of Liars

"The Paris Winter is a wonderful novel, an utterly transportive and richly detailed amalgam of historical fiction and spellbinding thriller. Imogen Robertson brings Belle Epoque Paris vividly to life in all its light and shadow, beauty and squalor, glory and treachery." --Jennifer Chiaverini, author of Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker

"Dramatic and teeming with intrigue, The Paris Winter is a richly detailed historical novel that both thrills and satisfies." --Shelf Awareness

"Both a romantic novel and a thriller, in the best possible ways." --Spencer Daily Reporter

"Paints a dark, evocative portrait of the turbulent era, highlighting the limits placed on women . . . instead of centering on a conventional love story like similar historical works, the dramatic, intriguing, richly detailed historical novel is held together by the tensile strength of the women's friendship." --Shelf Awareness for Readers, starred review

"Robertson is skillful at conjuring up not only a twisty, gripping plot, but also compelling characters . . . these multidimensional characters and Robertson's descriptions of Belle Epoque Paris - even of rats in ancient, flooding cellars - make the reader want to visit, even for a day." --BookPage

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Título: The Paris Winter: A Novel
Editorial: St. Martin's Griffin
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