By Joseph Finder
Enterrée vivante dans un cercueil, filmée par une caméra dont les photos sont projetées en stay sur web : c'est le calvaire que des maîtres chanteurs ont destiné à Alexa Marcus, fille d'un milliardaire aux activités problems, s'ils n'obtiennent pas " le file Mercury ". Les ravisseurs russes sont dangereux et chaque minute compte. Mais Nick Heller, un ami de los angeles famille, peut se montrer tout aussi brutal quand il s'agit de retrouver quelqu'un qu'il s'était juré de protéger. Une intrigue haletante qui voit le retour du nouveau héros de Joseph Finder : le tenace et désabusé Nick Heller, ancien des Forces Spéciales.
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Everything seemingly is here—from Calder’s 1928 Josephine Baker (one of his earliest versions of the mobile) to a re-creation of Brancusi’s Jazz Age studio. Centre Pompidou. • Musée Jacquemart-André: The 19th-century town house, with its gilt salons and elegant winding staircase, contains the best small collection of 18th-century decorative art in Paris. The building and its contents were a bequest to the Institut de France by the late Mme Nélie Jacquemart-André, herself an artist of note. • Musée National du Moyen Age/Thermes de Cluny: This museum houses some of the most beautiful medieval art still in existence.
Paris is currently undergoing a bio (organic) revolution, and being green, organic, and ethical is very much in fashion these days. You can find the health food store Naturalia in nearly every neighborhood, and all major supermarkets now offer their own ranges of both organic and environmentally friendly products. Restaurants that offer organic dishes are becoming increasingly popular, and organic wine is also in high demand. Twice a year Paris hosts the Salon des vins des Vignerons Indépendants (the Independent Winegrowers’s Tradefair).
Acknowledgments Thank you to my family and friends, especially the many Parisians who helped me along the way. —Joseph Alexiou I would like to thank Mike Nellis, Maureen Waugh, and Victoria for their unending support; Kate van den Boogert for her inspiration; and Michael Parker for all his encouragement during this particular project. —Sophie Nellis Special thanks to Paris by Mouth intern Catherine Down who provided fact-checking and other assistance for the dining chapter. —Meg Zimbeck Thank you to Jessica Langan-Peck and Chris Summers for their help editing portions of this book.