4 Days until THE BONES OF PARIS…


It’s 4 days until The Bones of Paris, Laurie R. King’s suspense novel of 1929 Paris.

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From page 85: [Stuyvesant] walked along to the pub-like comfort of the Falstaff and let Jimmie pour him a glass of his best Scotch.  Jimmy Charters had been a British flyweight boxer, and anyone who put on the gloves was a friend of his.


Jimmie Charters was a fixture in Paris bar society.  He worked his way around most of the bars patronized by English-speakers, ran a few of them, knew everyone, and let most of them cry on his shoulders at one time or another.  His memoir, This Must Be the Place, is a deft tell-all that yet conceals the sins, and often the identities, of the customers who were also his friends.  A man didn’t have to wield paint to be an artist.

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