‘The Paris Set’ By Harry F. Rey

Paris might be occupied by the Nazis, but that doesn’t stop the remaining greats of the age, Jean Cocteau, spending most nights at Giovanni’s clandestine gay bar in Montmarte. His Austrian friend Anders helps him eavesdrop on the German conversations, as this unlikely literary salon survives even inside the horrors of war.

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