We were the lucky ones by Hunter pdf free download. Montmartre has this effect on him. The jazz clubs and cabarets, the throngs of Parisians, young and defiant, unwilling to let anything, even the threat of war, dampen their spirits – it’s intoxicating. He finishes his
cognac and stands, fighting the temptation to stay for one last set; surely there is a later train he can take. But he thinks of the letter tucked into his coat pocket and his breath catches. He should go. Gathering his overcoat, scarf, and cap, he bids his companions adieu and weaves his way between the club’s dozen or so tables, still half full of patrons smoking Gaitanis and swaying to Billie Holiday’s ‘Time on My Hands’.
We were the lucky ones by Hunter pdf free download
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