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The Saboteur: The Aristocrat Who Became France's Most Daring Anti-Nazi Commando
Kids Like Us
Corps sonores
Dans la combi de Thomas Pesquet
The Perfect Nanny
The Nightingale
All the Light We Cannot See
Lilac Girls
The Orphan's Tale
P.S. from Paris
The Good Girl
The Designer
Wives Of War
House of Spies (Gabriel Allon #17)
The Only Girl in the World: A Memoir
The Betrayal: The Top Ten Bestseller
The Little Paris Bookshop
Map of the Heart
From a Paris Balcony

Popular France Books

The Little Prince
The Stranger
Madame Bovary
Candide
Les Misérables
The Plague
All the Light We Cannot See
The Count of Monte Cristo
The Three Musketeers (The D'Artagnan Romances, #1)
Nausea
Swann's Way (In Search of Lost Time, #1)
The Wives of Henry VIII by Antonia FraserNicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. MassieEleanor of Aquitaine by Alison WeirCatherine the Great by Robert K. MassieQueen Isabella by Alison Weir
Oh, Royalty...
269 books — 109 voters
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles DickensThe Scarlet Pimpernel by Emmuska OrczyA Place of Greater Safety by Hilary MantelMarie Antoinette by Antonia FraserMadame Tussaud by Michelle Moran
The French Revolution
179 books — 234 voters

The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre DumasThe Three Musketeers by Alexandre DumasA Tale of Two Cities by Charles DickensSpirit of Lost Angels by Liza PerratQueen Margot, or Marguerite de Valois by Alexandre Dumas
Historical Fiction - France
317 books — 244 voters

The Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniForeigner in My Own Backyard by Travis CaseyFrench Illusions by Linda Kovic-SkowLiving In Italy by Stef SmuldersThe Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
Life in a Foreign Country
535 books — 289 voters
The Other Boleyn Girl by Philippa GregoryThe White Queen by Philippa GregoryThe Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa GregoryThe Autobiography of Henry VIII by Margaret GeorgeThe Constant Princess by Philippa Gregory
Royal Fiction
294 books — 116 voters


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Roman Payne
People wonder why so many writers come to live in Paris. I’ve been living ten years in Paris and the answer seems simple to me: because it’s the best place to pick ideas. Just like Italy, Spain.. or Iran are the best places to pick saffron. If you want to pick opium poppies you go to Burma or South-East Asia. And if you want to pick novel ideas, you go to Paris.
Roman Payne, Crepuscule

Christopher Hitchens
I regard anti-Semitism as ineradicable and as one element of the toxin with which religion has infected us. Perhaps partly for this reason, I have never been able to see Zionism as a cure for it. American and British and French Jews have told me with perfect sincerity that they are always prepared for the day when 'it happens again' and the Jew-baiters take over. (And I don't pretend not to know what they are talking about: I have actually seen the rabid phenomenon at work in modern and sunny Ar ...more
Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir

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