Paris of the 1920s: a time of artistic inspiration, jazz clubs, the Charleston, post World War One romance, and a time of creative energy in all the arts: the era of Hemingway and Fitzgerald, Gershwin, Picasso, and Modigliani.
Audrey Hamilton, a young American woman, comes to Paris to seek her fortune as an artist. Lurking beneath the glamour of the city, however, in a nation still recovering from the Great War of 1914-18, is the dark spiritual force of the poet Charles Baudelaire. Evil will rise from the moody old Cemetery of Montparnasse to ensnare Audrey's spirit and drag her to her doom.
Twenty Flowers of Evil is a literary novel, an historical novel, a love story, and a memorable spiritual story of a special time and place: Paris during les annees folles (the crazy years).
Noel Hynd is the author of several of the best-selling ghost stories ever, including the Literary Guild Selections Ghosts, Cemetery of Angels, and A Room for the Dead as well as the historical thrillers Flowers from Berlin and Return to Berlin.
Karine Stader, the illustrator, is a distinguished French artist from Brittany. Her work has been exhibited in France, Germany, Holland and the United States, most recently at WonderCon 2019 in Anaheim, California.
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