Iain Pears’ STONE’S FALL traces back the lives of arms mogul John William Stone and his beautiful wife Elizabeth (aka Lord and Lady Ravenscliff), as well as others around them. The densely detailed novel opens in Paris in March of 1953 as a journalist attends a funeral and is given a package.
May 18, 2009
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Tags: 19th-Century, Espionage, Iain Pears, London, Money, Paris, Time Period Fiction В· Posted in: Facing History, France, Mystery/Suspense, Thriller/Spy/Caper, United Kingdom