The reason: they may indicate that the actress had aided the Resistance in frequent trips to France toward the end of World War II. Even more dramatic is the legend that the Severin collection also contains a dagger, one she used to kill an ...
Author: Mark Pryor
Publisher: Prometheus Books
Hugo Marston’s friend Paul Rogers dies unexpectedly in a locked room at the American Library in Paris. The police conclude that Rogers died of natural causes, but Hugo is certain mischief is afoot. As he pokes around the library, Hugo discovers that rumors are swirling around some recently donated letters from American actress Isabelle Severin. The reason: they may indicate that the actress had aided the Resistance in frequent trips to France toward the end of World War II. Even more dramatic is the legend that the Severin collection also contains a dagger, one she used to kill an SS officer in 1944. Hugo delves deeper into the stacks at the American library and finally realizes that the history of this case isn’t what anyone suspected. But to prove he’s right, Hugo must return to the scene of a decades-old crime.
Author: Pennsylvania State LibraryPublish On: 1894
Paris , 1892 . sur la Traction Electrique des trains de chemin de fer , par H.
Bonneau et E. Desroziers . Paris , 1892 . Exposition Internationale de Chicago (
1893 ) : Branch of Social Economy . The Blanzy Colliery CompanyInstitutions for
Author: Pennsylvania State Library
Includes catalogs of accessions and special bibliographical supplements.
Author: State Library of MassachusettsPublish On: 1888
Statistique de l ' industrie à Paris résultant de l ' enquête faite par la Chambre de
Commerce pour l ' année 1860 . Paris , 1864 . 4o . XLVII , 1088 p . Folded map . [
1 ] - International Exhibition , 1889 . See United States . Commission to the ...
Statistique de l'industrie à Paris résultant de l'enquête faite par la Chambre de
Commerce pour l'année 1860. Paris, 1864. 49. xLv11, 1088 p. Folded map.  —
International Exhibition, 1889. See United States. Commission to the Paris ...
Author: Massachusetts State LibraryPublish On: 1900
See United States . Treaties and Conventions . Parents ' Associations . See Bell ,
A . G . Paris . See Baedeker , K . - Exposition Universelle , 1900 . See United
States . Commission to the | Paris Exposition of 1900 , — Commissioner -
Reports upon the Paris exposition , 1867. 6 v . 1870. 8o . Official catalogue of the
U. S. exhibitors at the Paris exhibition , 1878 . 8o . Report of the international
monetary conference held in Paris , 1878 . 1879. 8o . 4 v . Smithsonian Institution
Reports upon the Paris exposition , 1867. 6 v . 1870.8o . Official catalogue of the
U. S. exhibitors at the Paris exhibition , 1878 . Report of the international
monetary conference held in Paris , 1878 . 1879. 8o . 89 . Smithsonian Institution
1 3 1 1 O 2 Smithsonian Report , 1868 , Report of the Commissioner of the
Revenue Commerce and Navigation , 1868-69 , Report of U. S. Commissioners
of the Paris Exposition , 1867 , Bibliography of the Paris Exposition , 1867 ,
U. S.- Animal industry , Bureau of . Papers accompanying the exhibit of the
bureau of animal industry at the Paris exposition of 1889. 66p.pl. ( Report , 1887-
88 , p.359 . ) .. U. S. - Census bureau . Agriculture of U. S. in 1860 . sq.Q. Wash .
FRENCH Actes des apôtres, version I-9. Paris, 1789-179/. 9 v. 12°. Annales de
géographie: Bibliographie géographique annuelle. année 1893-99. Paris, 1894-
19oo. 7 v. 8°. Annuaire de l'économie politique et de la statistique. Paris, r881-89
Paris . , 1628 , fol . , 2 vols . , RYMPLE , Lord Halles . Edinb . , 1781 , 12mo , 52s .
6d . This is generally considered the best 6s . The latest and best translation .
See edition . ( 2. ) Editio altera . Coloniæ , 1688 , Clarke's Succ . of Sacred Liter . ,
12mo . calf , neat , Horace Walpole's copy , 58 6d Paris , 1757 48 6d 1828 184
DEMEUSE ( N. ) Nouveau Traité a l'art des ... 3s 6d Paris , 1846 Library , being a
Choice and Faithful Collection of the best 189 DENINA ( Carlo ) Delle Rivoluzioni
A deep recess shows us the office of the librarian. As already stated, he is M.
Boucher, son of a librarian, and, one may hope, father of a librarian, for his son is
already employed in the place. His politeness is proverbial, and, with a charming
This puts Hugo under a media and police spotlight he doesn’t want, and helps the killer he’s hunting mark him as the next target….
Author: Mark Pryor
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A young American woman is attacked at an historic Paris chateau and four paintings are stolen the same night, drawing Hugo Marston into a case where everyone seems like a suspect. To solve this mystery Hugo must crack the secrets of the icy and arrogant Lambourd family, who seem more interested in protecting their good name than future victims. Just as Hugo thinks he’s close, some of the paintings mysteriously reappear, at the very same time that one of his suspects goes missing. While under pressure to catch a killer, Hugo also has to face the consequences of an act some see as heroic, but others believe might have been staged for self-serving reasons. This puts Hugo under a media and police spotlight he doesn’t want, and helps the killer he’s hunting mark him as the next target….
Author: International Student Hospitality AssociationPublish On: 1927
Miss Bartlett , who is the head of the League of Nations Library , and her friends ,
who are librarians from the League of ... FRANCE 1 33rd day : Evening : Arrival in Paris from Geneva , French students will meet the group at the station and ...
Author: International Student Hospitality Association
... or at least indifrest , to Chatillon , and on to the just captured Paris and decided
for the unconditional acceptance of the ... moment librarian , with suitable salaries
, which put an end to The work of the Brothers Grimm best known in Paris in ...
He is indebted in the first place to the Paris librarians , notably those of the
Bibliothèque Nationale , where Monsieur Léopold Delisle most kindly
communicated his notes on the incunabula at Chantilly , and the Arsenal , where
Author: John Macfarlane
Category: Illustrated books
Consists largely of a list of books published by Vérard and his immediate successors.
Biscoe , Miss Ellen D. , librarian of the Eau Edward W. Hall , librarian of Colby
College , Claire ( Wis . ) Public Library , has resigned that Waterville , Me .
position , and will enter the Wisconsin State University in the autumn for a special
The direct - librarians to be present and explain the or ' s assistant at the New
York state exhibit in Paris , and Mary W . Plummer , library was placed in direct
charge of librarian of Pratt institute , and Joseph the work , aided by Bertha E .
Biscoe , Miss Ellen D . , librarian of the Eau | Edward W . Hall , librarian of Colby
College . ... charge of the American Library nine months ' trip abroad and has
resumed the Association exhibit at the Paris Exposition , direction of the Dayton (
0 . ) ...
Author: Melvil Dewey
Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.