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Paris Echo

Paperback, 06/09/2018, €18.95
€15.99
A Dubray Staff Recommended Read. `Faulks is beyond doubt a master' Financial TimesHere is Paris as you have never seen it before - a city in which every building seems to hold the echo of an unacknowledged past, the shadows of Vichy and Algeria. in her desire to understand their lives and through them her own, she finds a city bursting with clues and connections.

Where My Heart Used to Beat

Paperback, 30/06/2016, €12.15
On a small island off the south coast of France, Robert Hendricks, an English doctor who has seen the best and the worst the twentieth century had to offer, is forced to confront the events that made up his life. This novel casts a long, baleful light over the century we have left behind but may never fully understand.

Paris Echo

Paperback, 14/02/2019, €18.95
- ObserverHere is Paris as you have never seen it before - a city in which every building seems to hold the echo of an unacknowledged past, the shadows of Vichy and Algeria. With great originality and a dark humour, Paris Echo asks how much we really need to know if we are to live a valuable life.

A Possible Life

Paperback, 12/09/2013, €12.95
Terrified, a young prisoner in the Second World War closes his eyes and pictures himself going out to bat on a sunlit cricket ground in Hampshire. Across the courtyard in a Victorian workhouse, a father too ashamed to acknowledge his son. A skinny girl steps out of a Chevy with a guitar; her voice sends shivers through the skull.

Birdsong

Paperback, 03/07/2014, €12.15
Stephen Wraysford, a young Englishman, arrives in Amiens in northern France in 1910 to stay with the Azaire family, and falls in love with unhappily married Isabelle. But, with the world on the brink of war, the relationship falters, and Stephen volunteers to fight on the Western Front.

Where My Heart Used to Beat

10/09/2015, €22.55
On a small island of France, Robert Hendricks, an English doctor who has seen the best and the worst the twentieth century had to offer, is forced to confront the events that made up his life. His host, and antagonist, is Alexander Pereira, a man whose time is running out, but who seems to know more about his guest than Hendricks himself does.

A Broken World: Letters, Diaries and Memories of the Great War

Paperback, 05/11/2015, €15.00
Offering a collection of personal and defining moments, this book offers insight into the Great War as it was experienced and as it was remembered.

The Girl at the Lion d'Or

Paperback, 18/10/1990, €12.15
Begins when a mysterious young girl arrives to take up the post at the seedy Hotel du Lion D'Or in a small French town in the mid 1930s. This is a story of love and conscience, will and desire.

Devil May Care

Hardback, 28/05/2009, €8.99
It's the swinging Sixties and a flood of narcotics is pouring into Britain. Sinister industrialist Dr Julius Gorner is identified as the source and James Bond is dispatched to investigate. The trail takes Bond to Paris and then Persia - where the beautiful and enigmatic twins Scarlett and Poppy lead him to Gorner's secret desert headquarters.

Jeeves and the Wedding Bells

Paperback, 14/08/2014, €10.80
Bertie Wooster, recently returned from a very pleasurable soujourn in Cannes, finds himself at the stately home of Sir Henry Hackwood in Dorset. Bertie is more than familiar with the country house set-up: he is a veteran of the cocktail hour and, thanks to Jeeves, his gentleman's personal gentleman, is never less than immaculately dressed.