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Summary: "The Lost Girls of Paris: A Novel" by Pam Jenoff | Discussion Prompts

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Pam Jenoff’s New York Times bestselling book The Lost Girls of Paris is set in Manhattan, New York in 1946. As Grace Healey passed through Grand Central Terminal on her way to work, she found an abandoned suitcase beneath a bench. Inside she discovered twelve photographs of different women. In her impulse, she took the photographs and left the station. She soon found out that the curious suitcase belonged to the leader of a network of female secret agents, Eleanor Tigg. The women in the photographs were the secret female agents she deployed during the war. When Grace set out to find out the truth behind the women in the photographs she took, she found herself drawn to Marie, a young mother who became an agent, Her daring mission revealed the remarkable true story of valor, friendship, and betrayal.



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