She thinks love can kill you. It turns out she might be right. The dark and sexy new thriller from the bestselling author of The Sunday Girl and The Strangers We Know.
Harper Brown is an expert at picking locks, breaking her way out of car boots, talking her way out of trouble and she could run a masterclass on escaping relationships - her record for losing a guy is three minutes flat. She’s addicted to true crime podcasts and is the genius behind a micro-column called ‘How to not get murdered’.
After having her heart broken helping her ex follow his dreams, Harper has moved to Paris to fulfill hers. She’s talked her way into a job as an arts journalist, a stepping stone to her dream role as an investigative journalist. All she has to do is whatever it takes to get there. But then one night she meets the artist Noah X, and everything she thinks she knows is turned upside down.
Soon Harper finds herself entangled in a web of lies, hot on the trail of a murderer and the scoop of a lifetime. This is the story that could make her career - if the killer doesn’t catch her first.
'A book that both utilises and critiques the trope of the murdered woman in the crime genre. . . . this was a thought provoking and difficult to put down novel that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to a friend.' The AU Review
'The tension and pace escalate . . . and all the red-herrings and breadcrumbs subtly dropped along the journey coalesce, delivering a gripping conclusion. An entertaining tale of mystery and suspense' Booklover
'A fast-paced and heart-stopping ride, packed with plenty of twists and turns that will keep you on your toes right to the end. Gripping, suspenseful and seriously addictive, The Paris Affair is yet another tantalising page-turner from the wonderful Pip Drysdale.' Better Reading
'The Paris Affair is not a simple whodunnit, nor a mere romance, nor is it a run-of-the-mill book about a young woman in Paris. Pip Drysdale has very cleverly turned these situations on their heads . . . showing us the complexities of love, sex, and romance' Glam Adelaide
'An entertaining crime thriller recommended for fans of savvy characters, art, journalism and all things Parisian.' Carpe Librum
'There are plenty of twists, turns and danger . . . I found myself holding my breath with my heart pounding as I turned the pages. The Paris Affair is another sharply plotted page turner from Pip Drysdale' The Burgeoning Bookshelf
Loved everything about it, the main character was ‘real’ the story surprised me and it kept my attention. Definitely worth a read.