In Occupied Paris during
World War II, a gentile
architect designs hiding
places for Jews escaping
the Germans.

* On October 13, the New York Post selected THE PARIS ARCHITECT
as a Must Read book.
* USA Today has selected THE PARIS ARCHITECT for
its New Voices book column on Oct. 31.
* THE PARIS ARCHITECT has been selected as an Indie Next pick for October
by the Independent Booksellers of America.

Praise for The Paris Architect:

" Belfoure’s characters are well-rounded and intricate. Heart, reluctant heroism, and art blend together
in this spine-chilling page-turner."
Publishers Weekly

"Belfoure writes like an up-and-coming Ken Follett."

"Disturbing and captivating ... (this) beautiful tale demonstrates that while human beings are capable
of great atrocities, they have a capacity for tremendous acts of courage as well."
Library Journal  -  Starred Review

"Charles Belfoure's historical thriller delivers the suspense of
Schindler's List and the German-occupied
 Paris of Alan Furst in this tense tale of an architect hiding Jews from the Nazis."
Julie Kramer, author of Shunning Sarah and Stalking Susan

"I love that in
The Paris Architect, a mercenary, talented man's passion for his creative work leads him
down  moral paths he never could have envisioned. The ingenious hiding spaces and the people in them
infiltrated my imagination for weeks. I dreamed about this novel."
Jenna Blum, New York Times bestselling author of Those Who Save Us and The Stormchasers

"A gripping page -turner ... Charles Belfoure shines a light on the human heart ... a complex maze of
love, hope, and the yearning for redemption ... and in doing so, provides a riveting reminder of 
made by history's most unlikely heroes to triumph over evil."
Kristina McMorris, author of Bridge of Scarlet Leaves

About the Author:
Charles Belfoure is a writer and an architect who lives in Maryland.
Contact:  [email protected]
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