Thursday, June 27, 2013

Mission to Paris by Alan Furst

Fredric Stahl is a charming Vienna born American Actor visiting France to make a movie. But it is 1938, Parisians are in peril, and there are dangerous people who, presuming Fredric to possess a native loyalty that regards them in his favor, are intent on utilizing Fredric's movie star influence for their own diabolical ends. Short, but absorbing, I enjoyed this tale of political warfare gilded with budding romance. 255 pages.

Leatherby Libraries Call Number: First Floor McNaughton

Review submitted by Tracie Hall, Law Library
Rating: Highly Recommended    

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