"EVERY PAINTING RESCUED IS A STEP CLOSER TO DEATH."
In 1942 Paris, Mori Rothstein—an art dealer and expert in master paintings from the Renaissance to Realism—has been sought after by every major museum in the world for his knowledge. ALSO HUNTING HIM DOWN IS REICHSMARSCHALL HERMANN GOERING. READ MORE >
“Compelling. Poignant. Suspenseful. Just a few of the words that describe The Storm Over Paris from author William Grubman as he sweeps the reader into Nazi-occupied Paris during WWII... A remarkable debut novel. 5 Stars!”
— LAURA TAYLOR, 6-TIME ROMANTIC TIMES AWARD WINNING AUTHOR + EDITORIAL CONSULTANT
“Using an economy of words and displaying a command of images, Grubman rises to the challenge of such a fast-paced novel, infusing the story with an aroma of suspense and fear...”
“I recommend The Storm Over Paris to those who love World War II thrillers and to those who love fiction centered on art. This was a wonderful example of both these types of books.”
About The Author
William Ian Grubman is a retired businessman, philanthropist, artist, author, art collector, and performing artist from Los Angeles, California, and in every sense of the word, a renaissance man. Read More>