Picks and Pans Review: Three Weeks in Paris
Why spend thousands on a fancy vacation when you can escape into a world where the men and women are beautiful, well-connected and accomplished, and everyone is rich? After 17 bestsellers, Bradford has the formula down so well it's hard not to get pulled in.
Four friends part on bad terms and are forced to confront one another at the 85th-birthday party of their beloved mentor in Paris. Bradford's real interest, though, is in describing women in their designer clothes and the men who disrobe them. Highbrow she isn't, but Bradford can spin a story, and she balances the requisite lust scenes with an appropriate dollop of mystery. (Doubleday, $24.95)
Bottom Line: A literary éclair
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