Roses Underneath Paris

By Mehmet Murat ildan

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Roses underneath Paris is a crime novel by the Turkish author Mehmet Murat ildan, published (in Turkish) in Istanbul by the Truva Publishing House (Truva Yayinlari) in January 2006. It takes place in the 1930's Paris. In a narrow and a dirty street, a beggar has been begging money from a rich woman. After they talk for a while, the beggar discovers a secret of the woman... Roses underneath Paris is a crime novel by the...

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January 2006 by Truva Yayınları
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Quotes From "Roses Underneath Paris"

"Think of people like bottles full of a liquid inside but without labels; smell the bottle, pour out what is inside and study it carefully. Never mind the labels; pretend that they don’t exist! Labels are misleading!"
"There are only two kinds of people who do not commit any sins: Unborn human beings and dead human beings!"

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