The Little Paris Bookshop: A Novel
Bookseller Jean Perdu has a gift, he is able to determine the deepest problems of any curious shopper who ventures into his floating bookshop on the Seine, and he can recommend the perfect book that will solve those troubles and improve the person’s life. Time and again, he wins over even the most skeptical customers. His own personal life, however, seems unfixable. His heart remains unhealed from a love affair with Manon, a married woman who ultimately left him without any warning. Even a burgeoning relationship with Catherine, a new neighbor in Perdu’s apartment building, can’t ease the thoughts of Manon and her betrayal.
When Catherine finds a letter from Manon stuck in an old table that Perdu gave her, Perdu’s assumptions about Manon’s motives—and his heart-rending doubts about her love for him—collapse. With a reluctant literary wunderkind, Max Jordan, by his side, Monsieur Perdu sets his floating bookshop free at last and begins a journey that will open his heart—and unveil his future. It’s a story that reflects all the romance and sweetness of Paris itself.
|Page Count||400 pages|
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