The DC Public Library welcomes Maryland author Charles Belfoure on Tuesday, October 29th. The program is at 6:30 pm, first floor auditorium, at the Cleveland Park Library.
Mr. Belfoure is the debut author of the novel The Paris Architect. The story is set in Paris during World War II. Lucien, an architect, is asked to construct special hiding places for Jews. Initially he doesn’t want to do it because of the dangers. When a shocking incident arises, Lucien can no longer remain indifferent.
Copies are available to check out through the DC library system.
For more information about Mr. Belfoure and his novel, please visit his website:
The Cleveland Park Library is located on 3310 Connecticut Ave., NW. It is within a short walking distance from the Cleveland Park Metro station on the Red Line. Street parking is available. For driving directions, please see our branch webpage: http://dclibrary.org/clevelandpark