Books by Eleanor Brown

A PARIS ALL YOUR OWN by Eleanor Brown
Released: July 4, 2017

"A quick and fun read that should delight seasoned travelers as well as those planning their first adventure to this 'enormous and complex place.'"
A collection of short essays by female authors on Paris, a city that "is so many things, all of them wonderful." Read full book review >
THE LIGHT OF PARIS by Eleanor Brown
Released: July 12, 2016

"Brown conveys the importance of the arts in creating a life as well as the need to heed all voices, even those from the past, in looking to the future."
The lights of Paris act as a beacon for two generations of women in search of self-determination and fulfillment in Brown's (The Weird Sisters, 2011, etc.) story of loves lost and found. Read full book review >
THE WEIRD SISTERS by Eleanor Brown
Released: Feb. 17, 2011

"Readable, upmarket, non-mold-breaking escapism."
In a debut about growing up, secrets and failures are predictably resolved when a family crisis reunites three bright but unhappy siblings. Read full book review >