The Paris Seamstress

The Paris Seamstress by Natasha Lester was a perfect beach read. WWII (I know, I know, how many WWII books can one person read) and family saga back and forth in time – just what I like. In one story we meet Estrella, a seamstress in Paris who is forced to leave for America to stay safe. In the other, we meet her granddaughter, Fabienne, who has similar talents. There’s mystery, love, intrigue – all the elements that keep you reading in a 400+ page novel. And, it’s a good one. Thanks to my neighbor for lending it to me – it’s a great choice.

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