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Lawyer Robert Tarza is surprised when his young, beautiful and wealthy French girlfriend, Tess, proposes marriage. It’s not that he doesn’t love her, but even after five years, there’s a lot about her he doesn’t know.
But Robert has to put his personal life on hold when his friend Oscar Quesana shows up outside Tess’s Parisian apartment clutching a mysterious package, with a thief hot on his heels. Oscar has somehow acquired a priceless old book.
When Robert and his former protégée, Jenna James, see Oscar shoved into a car and abducted, they find themselves entangled in unexpected intrigue. Robert, Tess and Jenna must quickly determine who is friend and who is foe in order to rescue Oscar before it’s too late. Along the way, Robert might just make some astonishing discoveries about those he holds dear.
About the Author: Charles Rosenberg is the author of the bestselling legal thriller Death on a High Floor and its sequel, Long Knives, as well as the 1994 viewer’s guide to watching a criminal trial, The Trial of O. J.: How to Watch the Trial and Understand What’s Really Going On. He was one of two on-air legal analysts for E! Television’s live coverage of the O. J. Simpson criminal and civil trials. Rosenberg has also been credited as the legal script consultant for the television shows Boston Legal, L.A. Law, The Practice, and The Paper Chase. During college, Rosenberg spent a year in France, where he had many adventures. He traveled around the country in a VW Bus with some young Belgians he met while admiring the Bayeux Tapestry in Normandy, attended a French-language “boot camp” in Besançon, worked for two months on an apple farm in a small village near Dijon, and studied French history for two semesters at a university in Southern France. He has returned to France many times since, most recently to interview lawyers, judges, law students and law professors as part of his research for Paris Ransom. Since graduating from Antioch College and Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the law review, Rosenberg has had a long career as a partner in large law firms and as an adjunct law professor at several prominent law schools, including Loyola, UCLA, and Pepperdine. He is currently a partner in a three-lawyer firm in the Los Angeles area, where he lives with his wife.
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