‘A gripping tale’ MY WEEKLY
‘A truly gripping read of mystery, love and heroism’ FROST MAGAZINE
The Lost Girls of Paris is an emotional story of friendship and betrayal during the second world war, inspired by true events – from the international bestseller Pam Jenoff.
1940s. With the world at war, Eleanor Trigg leads a mysterious ring of female secret agents in London. Twelve of these women are sent to aid the resistance.
They never return home.
1946. Passing through Grand Central Station, Grace Healey finds an abandoned suitcase tucked beneath a bench. The case is filled with a dozen photographs, each of a different woman.
Setting out to find the women behind the pictures, Grace is drawn into the mystery of the lost girls of Paris. And as she delves deeper into the secrets of the past, she uncovers a story of fierce friendship, unthinkable bravery – and, ultimately, the worst kind of betrayal.Praise for The Lost Girls of Paris:
‘Fraught with danger, filled with mystery, and meticulously researched, The Lost Girls of Paris is a fascinating tale of the hidden women who helped to win the war.’ Lisa Wingate, New York Times bestselling author ofBefore We Were Yours
‘A smart, suspenseful, and morally complicated spy novel for our time. Eleanor Trigg and her girls are every bit as human as they are brave. I couldn’t put this down.’ Jessica Shattuck, New York Times bestselling author ofThe Women in the Castle
‘Pam Jenoff's meticulous research and gorgeous historical world-building lift her books to must-buy status. An intriguing mystery and a captivating heroine make The Lost Girls of Paris a read to savor!’ Kate Quinn, New York Times bestselling author ofThe Alice NetworkPraise for Pam Jenoff:
‘Wonderfully compelling… The story grips from the very first page, and the atmosphere of the circus is entrancing – you feel all the terror and thrill of the flying trapeze.’ Margaret Leroy, author of The Soldier’s Wife
‘Secrets, lies, treachery, and passion…I read this novel in a headlong rush.’ Christina Barker Kline, #1 bestselling author of Orphan Train
‘A thrilling, yet heart-breaking story of life and love, heroism and sacrifice in wartime Europe’ My Weekly
‘This is a book not to be missed’ Melanie Benjamin, bestselling author ofThe Swans of Fifth AvenueandThe Aviator’s Wife
‘Jenoff has written a tribute to the human spirit that soars in the midst of epic despair…’ NPR
‘Jenoff’s prose is evocative and compelling’ The Globe and Mail
‘An emotional tale of survival and courage during a difficult time in Europe.’ Suzy Approved Book Reviews
‘Jenoff keeps readers on their toes with the numerous twists and turns… as well as the emotional peaks and valleys that had me reaching for tissues more than once.’ Romance Dish
‘THE ORPHAN’S TALE takes us on a heartbreaking, hopeful, touching and emotional journey; one that is not to be missed.’ Jennifer Blankfein