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A Paris Secret

Caroline Montague

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Historical fiction

Sweeping historical fiction set in the fragile world of post-war Paris...

A sweeping tale of ambition and passion in the shattered world of post-war Paris - perfect for fans of Santa Montefiore and Kate Furnivall

Paris, 1952. Sophie Bernot is training as a heart surgeon in a man's world. Across the channel, Sebastian Ogilvie is on his way to Paris to meet with an architect who he believes is perfect for his first major project. When Sophie and Sebastian's paths cross in the mountains, the consequences of their romance will be powerful and far-reaching. It will be ten years before the past can finally be buried and Sophie will be forced to face her demons and her crime...

An unforgettable tale of ambition, family ties, and heartbreak that transports you from London, to Paris, to the snow-capped peaks of the Alps...

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Caroline Montague

Caroline won her first National Poetry competition at 10 years old and from that moment dreamed of being a writer. Her life, however, took a different turn. At 18 she began a law degree but left after a year to marry a country solicitor. When juggling motherhood with modelling assignments became too much, she founded an Interior Design Company working on many projects in the UK and abroad. Her second marriage to the widowed Conroy Harrowby brought four stepchildren into her life, giving her a wider audience for her imaginative bedtime stories. As a family they all live at the Harrowby ancestral home, Burnt Norton, which famously inspired T S Eliot to write the first of his "Four Quartets". At last Caroline has the time to fulfil her dream of becoming a full time author.

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