Haunting Paris is an evocative portrait of love and loss — exploring the grief of mourning a partner, the protective conspiracies of family secrets, and the undeniable power of memory. Split between the summer of 1989 and the terrors of World War II, it follows grieving pianist Sylvie after she discovers the terrible secrets that her late lover Julien kept – ones that haunt him still beyond the grave.
When Sylvie accidently finds an envelope in a secret drawer in Julien’s desk, she sets off on a path to unravel the mystery Julien was desperate to solve before his death – whether or not his niece had survived the Holocaust. Unbeknownst to Sylvie, her beloved Julien watches her efforts from beyond the grave – his love for her strong enough to pull him back as a specter a ghost of his past self. As Sylvie finds clues regarding the fate of his family, they find themselves falling even further in love, despite their distance.
An unforgettable, explosive examination of family, love and grief by a new voice in fiction, this novel is not to be missed.