Book Reviews And Interviews

Review: Winston Churchill, Painting on the French Riviera

Written by on December 28, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
Review: Winston Churchill, Painting on the French Riviera

Winston Churchill, Painting on the French Riviera is a beautiful coffee table book by Paul Rafferty. It’s a joy to read for any lover of art, Provence and Winston Churchill, voted the Greatest Briton… Winston Churchill, Painting on the French Riviera Churchill once declared that only one of his life’s ambitions had not been fulfilled […]

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Review of Exploring Wine Regions – Bordeaux

Written by on December 18, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
Review of Exploring Wine Regions – Bordeaux

“Discover wine, food, castles and the French Way of life” it reads on the cover of Exploring Wine Regions – Bordeaux. It’s an apt and accurate summary of what’s inside this superb, almost 500 page long book. Michael Higgins, the author and photographer has delved deep into the heart of Bordeaux –  the city, the […]

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The City of Tears, Kate Mosse

Written by on November 19, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
The City of Tears, Kate Mosse

Following on from  the bestselling The Burning Chambers, Kate Mosse’s The City of Tears is the second thrilling historical epic in The Burning Chambers Series. The City of Tears is a historical fictional tale, based on events known to have happened between 1562 and 1598, the time of the Wars of Religion in France. And […]

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Review of Finding Paris: A Novel by Joanne Kimes

Written by on October 15, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
Review of Finding Paris: A Novel by Joanne Kimes

The magic of Paris weaves its spell on two unsuspecting American women. A charming, authentic and heart-warming tale that takes the reader along on their journey… Finding Paris: A Novel This wonderful story is a true voyage of discovery for two American women. From very different walks of life they meet at a French class. […]

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The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux by Samantha Verant

Written by on August 26, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux by Samantha Verant

Sophie, a French-born but lived most of her life in the US chef, finds life really isn’t a dream come true. When an ex-boyfriend conspires against her, her whole life is turned upside down. Sophie needs to get a grip of herself if she’s to avoid a life doomed to fail on all levels. But […]

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SEARCHING for FAMILY and TRADITIONS at the FRENCH TABLE BOOK TWO 

Written by on July 9, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
SEARCHING for FAMILY and TRADITIONS at the FRENCH TABLE BOOK TWO 

SEARCHING for FAMILY and TRADITIONS at the FRENCH TABLE BOOK TWO by Carole Bumpus. An amazing culinary adventure through north-west France. This book is so many things, a travelogue, a memoir, but most of all a wonderful celebration French gastronomy. I loved Carole Bumpus’ first book in this series. A celebration of French food, traditions and […]

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Paris, Part Time by Lisa Baker Morgan

Written by on July 9, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
Paris, Part Time by Lisa Baker Morgan

Lisa Baker Morgan, the author of this memoir is a talented and accomplished woman on several levels. She graduated with a degree in English Literature from the University of Southern California. She has a Juris Doctorate and a culinary degree from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts. She’s an author and has a travel […]

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Passion for Provence by Gayle Smith Padgett

Written by on June 10, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
Passion for Provence by Gayle Smith Padgett

This book is truly a celebration of the south of France, its land and seascapes, people, gastronomy, and traditions. When American author Gayle met Ralph, it was love at first sight. When Ralph was offered a job in Heidelberg, Germany, they decided to marry. The move to Germany gave them easy access to France. They […]

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Planète Gascogne by Perry Taylor

Written by on June 8, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
Planète Gascogne by Perry Taylor

Gascony is like a planet where time has stood still… thus starts Perry Taylor’s latest book of drawings. Every page presents a snapshot of life in the beautiful rural countryside and medieval villages of South West France, in the area known as Gascony. Like his previous three books, Planète Gascogne has a ‘feel good’ factor, […]

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Review of Alignment by Tracy Chollet

Written by on May 16, 2020 in Book Reviews And Interviews
Review of Alignment by Tracy Chollet

A wonderful contemporary romance set in beautiful Carnac, Brittany. Tracy Chollet, the author of this award-winning beautiful work of contemporary fiction brings to life the true beauty of its setting, Carnac in Brittany, and its legendary standing stones which give it the title of the biggest megalithic site in Europe. This lovely seaside town and […]

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