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Capturing Paris

Capturing Paris

A Novel

Katharine Davis

St. Martin's Griffin



Trade Paperback

After twenty five years of marriage, Annie and Wesley are living the type of elegant, sophisticated life in Paris that many Americans dream about. Their apartment in the Marais district is filled with wonderful food, accomplished friends, and good wine. All of this changes when Wesley loses his job and an attractive, magnetic woman enters their lives. Suddenly, in Katharine Davis' atmospheric first novel Capturing Paris, the sights, smells and sounds of Paris are cast in a different light, and may never be the same.

"... [R]eaders with a soft spot for the city of lights will want to give this a look." - Publishers Weekly


Chapter One

La Crépuscule

Annie Reed walked along the rue de Rennes wondering if her husband still loved her. Paris was colder than usual that fall. She loved this time of day, la crépuscule, the nebulous period that floats...


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About the author

Katharine Davis

Born in Summit, New Jersey, KATHARINE DAVIS grew up in Europe. For the last thirty years, she has lived in Washington, DC where she has worked at the National Gallery of Art, taught French, written a cooking column for The York Weekly, and raised two children. Capturing Paris is her first novel.

Katharine Davis

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