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"Paris, Paris" Reviewed by ENTREE travel news

It’s always a pleasure when an esteemed colleague has fine words to say about one of my little books… in this case, The Little Book That Could… now steaming into its 10th printing…

This is from ENTREE, the insider’s travel newsletter:

PARIS, PARIS: JOURNEY INTO THE CITY OF LIGHT IS A critically acclaimed collection of 31 quirky, entertaining, opinionated travel essays about the world’s favorite city by longtime Paris resident David Downie. Part of the prestigious “Armchair Traveler” series at Random House, legendary travel writer Jan Morris calls PARIS, PARIS “perhaps the most evocative American book about Paris since A MOVEABLE FEAST.” The San Francisco Chronicle says it’s “beautifully written and refreshingly original.” The Chicago Tribune notes that “the delightful and insightful essays in PARIS, PARIS “meld history, atmosphere and observations on Paris places, Paris people and Paris phenomena.” Most of all, this easy-to-pack paperback (or e-book) is full of surprises, refreshingly provocative, and hard to put down.

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