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The Paris Deception
the Jeu de Paume
During its four-year tenure as an ERR repository, an estimated 22,000 stolen works of art passed through the Jeu de Paume. Learn more about the artwork and the remarkable woman who safeguarded it, Rose Valland.
The Art of Deception
What goes into forging a work of art? Learn about the real-life inspiration behind Fabienne's forgeries: Han van Meegeren, the Dutch artist who sold a fake Vermeer to Hermann Goering.
A visit to
The Champagne region during World War II was anything but flat. Click here to learn more about champagne making and the important role played by the Champagne region in the French Resistance.
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What People Are Saying about The Paris Deception
“Another unforgettable novel from Bryn Turnbull! The Paris Deception is a powerful, page-turning tale of two extraordinary heroines who risk their lives rescuing stolen masterpieces during the Nazi occupation of Paris. A stunning read!"
New York Times bestselling author of When We Left Cuba and Next Year in Havana