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French Windows

July 19, 2024 | Hardcover
ISBN: 9781913547752
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"A delicious jeu d'esprit" The Times

With trademark style and charming whimsy, Antoine Laurain's new novel of intrigue, murder and neighbourly curiosity is sure to delight fans old and new. 

Nathalia Guitry was a successful photographer. Until the day she caught a murder on camera. 

At therapy, Doctor Faber suggests a way out of her creative block: she must write stories about the people she sees in the building opposite, floor by floor. 

Starting with the actor turned YouTube life coach on the ground floor and going all the way to the fifth via a cartoonist and an ex-trader, Nathalia creates vivid accounts of her Parisian neighbours' lives. But are her tales real or imaginary? As their sessions play out, the doctor becomes increasingly uncertain. 

And when she gets to the final floor, it's up to Faber to do the talking . . .  

Suspense, intrigue and sly wit abound in the latest novel from bestselling author Antoine Laurain.

About this Author

Antoine Laurain is the award-winning author of ten novels including The Red Notebook (Indie Next, MIBA bestseller) and The President's Hat (Waterstones Book Club, Indies Introduce). His books have been translated into 25 languages and sold more than 200,000 copies in English. He lives in Paris, France.

ISBN: 9781913547752
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 208
Publisher: Gallic Books
Published: 2024-07-19


'This short but sweet mystery is [...] a delicious jeu d'esprit' The Times

Praise for Antoine Laurain: 

'Parisian perfection' HM The Queen Consort 

'The very quintessence of French romance' The Times 

'A hymn to la vie Parisienne' The Guardian 

'Like finding a gem among the bric-a-brac in a local brocante' The Telegraph 

'A master storyteller' Huffington Post 

'The novels of Antoine Laurain [are] straightforward and ingenious' New York Journal of Books

'Soaked in Parisian atmosphere . . . will have you rushing to the Eurostar post-haste' Daily Mail 

'The Parisian tableaus are so descriptive that you can almost smell the croissants' Washington Post

'Perfect for the poolside or sitting outside a café with a pastis and olives - and bound to give you just the same cheering lift' The Times

'Witty and perceptive' Publishers Weekly 

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