The Hall of Mirrors, Versailles, France is the site of the ultimate climax in In the Dead of the Night. In secret rooms behind those walls of glass and gold, the fate of nations will be decided.
Extract from In the Dead of the Night (releasing 3/9)
Elsbeth inhaled, savoring the scent of roses wafting into the air as she sauntered down the elongated parterre that led to Versailles’s celebrated Hall of Mirrors. Versailles was a sprawling complex of masterful French architecture that spanned more than a thousand acres. Its central point was the stunning castle itself.
Masses thronged the castle grounds, which were open to the public. The crowds were largely made up of French, British, and American soldiers. But there were also journalists as well as hundreds of civilians.
In short, it was the perfect mix for the four other German agents on her team to remain invisible until Elsbeth was ready to unleash havoc.In the Dead of the Night, JP Robinson
You can explore Versailles Palace using Google’s VR Tour here. Just note that I’m not responsible for the content etc. on Google’s platforms and you proceed at your own risk.
About JP Robinson
JP Robinson is a prolific award-winning author. He graduated from SUNY Stony Brook university at 19 with a Bachelor’s degree in English and another in French. He is currently wrapping up his Master’s of Education.
JP is a contributor to Guideposts, Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse, and the Salvation Army’s War Cry. His work has been praised by industry leaders such as Publishers Weekly and secured the #1 spot on Amazon’s historical thrillers category.