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(Review) The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles

Impressions In Ink

The Paris Library

Publisher and Publication Date: Simon and Schuster. February 2, 2021.
Genre: Historical fiction.
Pages: 409.
Source: NetGalley, eBook, Kindle edition. I received a complimentary eBook copy from NetGalley, I was not required to write a positive review.
Audience: Readers of historical fiction, World War II, and enjoy women’s stories.
Rating: Excellent.

This book will be published in 10 months. I had the chance to read it through NetGalley.

Amazon link for the Kindle copy

Author’s site at Goodreads

The American Library in Paris

Summary:
Story number one, World War II.
Odile Souchet (pronounced Oh-deal) is a young woman who lives and breathes the Dewey Decimal Classification (the library system of organizing books.) When the story begins she interviews for a job as the Directress of the American Library in Paris, France. Her father works in the police department in Paris. Odile has a twin brother who is a student…

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