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Fiction with setting in Paris?

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Hello France experts!
My DH and I are planning to plan a trip to Paris, for a week in October 2016. I was there in 1986 for 5 days when I was a university student, and my DH has never been. I'm sure a lot has changed in the past 30 years!

I'd love some suggestions of books to get me in the Paris frame of mind as I start researching what I hope will be a fabulous visit. Before we went to Florence a couple years ago, I read some of Margaret Nabb's detective novels set there, and Mary McCarthy's "Stones of Florence" -- which I seem to remember I heard about on this forum. Something like that, but doesn't have to be a crime story, would be great.

thanks for any recommendations. I'm sure I'll be back to ask questions once I get started.

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