We recently welcomed Nicholas Whitlam for the second author lunch this year, where he discussed his new book ‘Paris 1924 – A Guide‘.

Considered the queen of world cities and the most exciting in the world, there are many stories to be told, and none more so than in 1924; an Olympic year. A time when Americans flocked to a city where there was no Prohibition and little inhibition. The arts flourished. Convention was challenged, negritude celebrated and non-conformity accepted.

Some reviews below:

A welcome addition to anyone’s love affair with Paris: new and salacious stories; remembrances of things past; aide-memoire of still familiar places, people, events, paintings and meals.

“If you are a true Parisophile you have to buy this book. All the stars are there: Proust/Joyce/Picasso/Chanel/Coc Save teau and even Tarzan. Carefully researched, scattered with maps/drawings and photos (some not suitable for the kiddies)…’Paris 1924′ is a treat.”

“Beautifully written and researched.”

A beautiful gift idea for Christmas, the book is available to purchase on Amazon.

Thank you to Nick for taking the time to share this book with us.

Book Club has taken a journey this year, from crime and espionage, through to romance and marriage, heartbreaking memoirs and real-life accounts of Silicon Valley fraudsters! Next year’s reads are lining up to be just as eclectic!