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Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris and Mrs. Harris Goes to New York

Fiction: Literary
Unabridged   9.75 hour(s)
Publication date: 09/27/2022

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Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris and Mrs. Harris Goes to New York

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Digital Download ISBN:9781696610209


This must-listen audiobook includes Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (now a major motion picture) and Mrs. Harris Goes to New York.

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Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris: Mrs. Harris is a salt-of-the-earth London charlady who cheerfully cleans the houses of the rich. One day, when tidying Lady Dant's wardrobe, she comes across the most beautiful thing she has ever seen in her life—a Dior dress. In all the years of her drab and humble existence, she's never seen anything as magical as the dress before her and she's never wanted anything as much before. Determined to make her dream come true, Mrs. Harris scrimps, saves, and slaves away until one day, after three long, uncomplaining years, she finally has enough money to go to Paris.

When she arrives at the House of Dior, Mrs. Harris has little idea of how her life is about to be turned upside down and how many other lives she will transform forever. Always kind, always cheery, and always winsome, the indomitable Mrs. Harris takes Paris by storm and learns one of life's greatest lessons along the way.

Mrs. Harris Goes to New York: Mrs. Harris is back! A little boy, whose father was a GI, is being ill-treated. So when she is asked to go to New York with one of her clients to keep house for her, she smuggles the lad with her to try to find his father.

Author Bio

Born in New York City in 1897, Paul Gallico wrote over forty books, four of which were the adventures of Mrs. Harris: Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, Mrs. Harris Goes to New York, Mrs. Harris, M.P., and Mrs. Harris Goes to Moscow. One of the most prolific and professional of American authors, Gallico died in July 1976.