The Paris Architect

The Paris Architect
By Charles Belfoure
Recommended by Kelley

Set in 1942 Paris, Lucien Bernard – an architect by trade, finds himself working with the enemy.  Jobs are scarce so he is torn between doing what he feels is morally right and having a job.  Slowly he finds himself mentally challenged to beat the German’s by hiding Jews in plain sight.  The true conflict becomes when he is befriended by a German officer and they share a kindered love of architecture.  A classic story of how far a human will go to help another.

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