New York Times-bestselling author Gerald A. Browne's stylish debut novel about a pair of unlikely lovers in 1960s Paris It's not the prostitutes who are keeping Lillian awake. She may share her apartment building with a bordello, but the sounds that seep through the walls do not bother her. Ever since her boyfriend left her, taking her heart and all her clothes, the Paris nights have been unbearable. And so she takes refuge in the only place she can be herself: Sascha's, where the insomniacs of Paris go to drink, dance, and fall in love. There's Mr. Bread, a slumming millionaire. There's Big Red and Elsa, a couple who can always be relied on for a good time. And now there's Graham, a hopelessly square American whom Lillian decides to take under her wing. As the days and nights of swinging Paris spin into a blur, this gang of romantic expats must fight to stay together, or risk coming apart at the seams.
by Gerald A. Browne
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