Paris Noir is a collection of new stories about the dark side of Paris, with contributions by leading French, British, and American authors who have all lived there. The stories range from quietly menacing to spectacularly violent, and include contributions from some of the most famous crime writers from both sides of the Atlantic.
Contributors include: Cara Black, Jerome Charyn, Stella Duffy, Barry Gifford, Sparkle Hayter, John Harvey, Maxim Jakubowski, Jake Lamar, Dominique Manotti, Michael Moorcock, Jim Nisbet, Jean-Hughes Oppel, Scott Phillips, Romain Slocombe, Jason Starr, Dominique Sylvain, Marc Villard, and John Williams.
Maxim Jakubowski owns London's Murder One mystery bookshop. He was the editor of the Black Box and Blue Murder imprints.
Exposing the sinister side of the capital... recommended * The Times * Probing the dark underbelly of the city of light * Guardian * When you book that Eurostar ticket, it would be a good idea to pick up a copy of Paris Noir for your travel bag * Daily Express * A truly fascinating (and eccentric) collection...The city of light has never seemed so sinister * Good Book Guide * As you book your Eurostar ticket, don't forget to buy a copy of this too * Daily Express *