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Book: Deadly Memories by P.M. Richter
"She doesn't remember a thing," Rolph snapped into the phone. Andrea froze. His back was turned away from her. He didn't know she was there, listening. "It's been six months, for God's sake. If you harm one hair on her head, I'll contact the authorities. My father would be disgraced, but that will not deter me." Now Andrea couldn't move. There was no doubt Rolph was talking about her. She [...]
 
Book: A Kiss of France (The Quickstart Series) by R & M Engels
This book, A Kiss of France, is part of The Quickstart Series designed to enhance your travel planning inexpensively and efficiently. It is loaded with websites, packing tips, financial information and actual in-country experiences. While many of the more expensive and expansive travel books seem to be written by and for the younger generation, our eBooks are grounded in facts and data for all [...]
 
Book: Is That Billinge Lump - Sell the Pig series Book II (The Sell The Pig Series 2) by Tottie Limejuice
It seemed like a good idea at the time. When British healthcare failed her ageing mother, eccentric writer Tottie decided to uproot her dysfunctional family and try again in France. But was France ready for her depressed dipsomaniac brother, her nearly nonogenarian mother who enjoyed saying "bum" and "bugger" and her elderly collie with a weak heart and his own blog? Is That Billinge Lump? [...]
 
Book: Biff the Useless Mention - Book IV of the Sell the Pig trilogy (The Sell The Pig Series 4) by Tottie Limejuice
In March 2007, Tottie left Britain to follow the dream of a new life in France for herself, her elderly mother and her damaged brother. Has the dream turned to a nightmare or is Tottie still happily living the quiet life in her little 'grottage' in the Auvergne region of central France? Come with Tottie now as she takes you on Tottie's Tours of the Auvergne. Enjoy the familiar ironic humour and [...]
 
Book: Nothing to Regret by Rachel de Vine
He taught her the ways of love, but didn't know how to love. Beatrice, fresh from university, is determined to become a writer, but her sheltered life in 1950s England, as a vicar's daughter, ill-equips her emotionally to become one. She decides, just ten years after a major world war has ravaged Europe, to travel alone around the continent, to not only discover a life outside her protected [...]
 
Book: An Olive Oil Tour of France by Alice Alech
In France, producing olive oil is serious business. It's also usually a family business. In An Olive Oil Tour of France, writer Alice Alech takes curious olive oil novices and olive oil lovers behind the scenes of olive oil production, learning fascinating facts about the green nectar, meeting the people involved in blending both traditional and modern methods, as well as studying how the olive [...]
 
Book: A Kid's Guide to France by Jack L. Roberts
"A Kid's Guide to France" takes young readers on a fascinating trip to one of the oldest nation's on Earth and a leader in all aspects of culture - from fashion to food to literature. This easy-to-read book with its full-color photographs, informational charts and maps, and fun Did You Know facts is designed to bring France to life for young readers. A Kid's Guide to France is part of "A Kid's [...]
 
Book: Friday in France - A humorous memoir about leaving it all behind. by Judy Block
Friday in France, is a laugh-out-loud, 5-STAR, true, fish out of water story about a successful, New York TV Production Executive that leaves the rat-race and insanity of her life behind to go live on a calm and quiet, French Island in the Atlantic with her surfer-boyfriend. If you ever dream of leaving your life behind, this is the book for you. This charming account of turning one's life [...]
 
Book: Angling Bumateurs - Book 5 in the Sell the Pig trilogy by Tottie Limejuice
The final installment of the popular travel memoirs series set in France's Auvergne region. 'I doubt my life has any vast sea changes ahead,' Tottie wrote in Book 4 of the Sell the Pig travel memoirs series. Biff the Useless Mention was intended to be the end of the extended trilogy. But then, one day, a big grey wolf DID come out of the forest. Things were about to change dramatically for Tottie [...]
 
Book: French Illusions - My Story as an American Au Pair in the Loire Valley by Linda Kovic-Skow
"This is a wonderful debut memoir, made much more appealing because it is true. A well written, fast-paced book enhanced by sprinkles of French..." A futile lie. She doesn't speak French. She knows she will be caught. It's 1979 and twenty-one-year-old Linda needs to learn a language fast in order to fulfill her lofty dreams. Broke yet determined, she pushes aside feelings of guilt, pretends to [...]
 
Book: Sell the Pig - a travel tale with a twist (The Sell The Pig Series Book 1) by Tottie Limejuice
What happens when dementia, depressed dipsomania and downright dottiness decide to uproot from the UK and move to France together. Worried by the lack of care for her frail elderly mother in the UK, Tottie decides a new life elsewhere might be the answer. Sell the Pig is a travel tale with a twist, describing with alternating humour and poignancy how a somewhat dysfunctional family decide to [...]
 
Book: Chatelaine of Forez (Curse of the Lost Isle) by Vijaya Schartz
Afflicted by the ondine curse, Melusine seeks the soul of her lost beloved in the young Artaud of Forez, who reigns over the verdant hills south of Burgundy, on the road of pilgrims, troubadours and merchants. But this dark and brooding Pagan lord is not at all what she expected or even hoped. He knows nothing of their past love, her Fae nature, or her secret curse. Must Melusine seduce and [...]
 
Book: Die in Paris - The true story of France's most notorious serial killer by Marilyn Z. Tomlins
Marcel Petiot, France's most famous serial killer Marilyn Z. Tomlins has crafted an enthralling and suspenseful page-turner about one of history's most fascinating and notorious serial killers. This grisly World War Two era thriller will have you teetering on a slippery edge from beginning to end. Don Fulsom, veteran UPI and VOA White House correspondent, Washington, D.C. reporter, author of the [...]
 
Book: The Boy Who Kissed The Sky by David Haynes
George Roberts believes that when he was nearly four years old he flew; not in an airplane, helicopter or other man made device and not exactly like a bird but he flew nonetheless. Join him sixteen years later as he takes a road trip across Europe to find the only person who can help him do it again... the only problem is, that person has been dead for three hundred years. Humour, love and kismet [...]
 
Book: Eloping With Emmy by Liz Fielding
She's on the run to a wedding. He's determined to stop her making the mistake of her life. Tom Brodie's mission - he has no option but to accept it - is to prevent headstrong heiress Emmy Carlisle from marrying a fortune-hunter. He is not happy about it but when Emmy stows away in his car, his day goes from bad to worse. Emmy is not a woman to sit back and let things fall as they will. She has a [...]
 
Book: The Mona Lisa Speaks by Christopher Angel
Brilliant & confident Robertson Ross, an outdoorsy Canadian computer expert hired to update the Louvre's security system, falls in love with Mathilde, a classic beauty & cultured Parisian art dealer. But, when he discovers that she's deeply in debt to Jacques Renard, a powerful & dangerous lord of the French criminal underground, he has to embark on the risky & thrilling theft of the Mona Lisa to [...]
 
Book: No Girl on this Train by Tottie Limejuice with Kate Pill
It's short, it's somewhat silly and the humour verges on lavatorial. Behind every successful author is a dedicated team of betareaders, those essential second eyes who pounce on any errors or inconsistencies. Lesley Tither writes under various pen-names for different genres - Tottie Limejuice, for the Sell the Pig travel memoirs series, L M Krier for the DI Ted Darling series of crime thrillers, [...]
 
Book: Necessary Deceptions by T M James
What's being said about "Secrets of a Femme Fatale" Reviews: "An historical, sexy romp in the style of 'Fanny Hill." WR Reviewrs *** "A demure young debutante proves to be a sexy, feisty seductress, with a love of adventure" L.M.Rees, *** "An exciting, erotic read from a hidden Historical period." HW Mag, *** " Erotic and readable, British fifty shades of Grey ." RP,reviewer. *** 1885 - Catherine [...]
 
Book: Ramblings in Ireland by Kerry Dwyer
This is not a book about rambling in Ireland. It tells the tale of one particular walking trip and the memories and musings it inspired. Exploring the West of Ireland is a time for meditation, spiritual reflection and strengthening the bonds of life. More practically the ability to read a map might have proved helpful. The tourist office in Ireland has all their paths clearly marked. You can't go [...]
 
Book: The Witch's Hand by Wendy Joseph
The Witch's Hand is the thinking person's sword and sorcery. Young Liana must choose between a life of magical arts and corrupting power with the formidable witch Malaxia, or the rocky path of her unexpected protector Jettaret, a returned Crusader with PTSD, and his rascally companion Alberge. They travel in flight and pursuit through the medieval French countryside, dodging witch hunting [...]
 
Book: A Provençal Mystery by Ann Elwood
Why did a nun in a seventeenth-century convent flagellate herself until her blood spattered the wall? Why did nuns save a child doomed to death in the Holocaust and who wanted her killed? Who wants a lost head-shaped reliquary that holds something other than a head? And are answers to these questions the key to a terrible modern-day death in a quiet archive? When American historian Pandora (Dory) [...]
 
Book: Old Desires by Liz Fielding
"And you have the pleasure of sleeping in my four-poster bed." "Your bed?" The image of his dark head against the lace-edge pillow brought a slow burn to Holly's cheeks. "Does that bother you?" Joshua asked. "No," she said, quickly. "Why should it?" "No reason. But I would have thought an enquiry as to whether I was still using it before you answered was advisable. Or maybe you're not that [...]
 
Book: Scorpion (An Alexander Scott Novel) by Richard Turner
At the close of the Civil War, Colonel Scott once again finds himself pitted against a deadly adversary, this time in Mexico and the stakes could not be higher. From Washington D.C., to a Confederate prison in Richmond, to French occupied Mexico, Alexander Scott must find out why a shadowy organization know as The Order is determined to find a treasure that has not been seen for centuries. A [...]
 
Book: Marguerite by Carol Edgerley
The only daughter of a French Marquis, the headstrong Marguerite was the apple of her father's eye. Jealous and embittered, her mother schemed to rid herself of the seventeen-year-old girl through marriage to a much older man. Strenuous efforts to escape such a fate resulted in Marguerite being sent in disgrace to an Irish Convent to reflect on her unacceptable attitude. Instead, she absconded [...]
 
Book: The Persuasive Man by Philip G Henley
David is very good at persuading people whether it's as a teenager at a shop checkout, or later as a car salesman. Then there are stocks and shares and financial wheeling dealing as his wealth builds. He can persuade the women in his life but his relationships may not be real. What is persuasion and what is just good fortune? His morals may leave a lot to be desired but when serious illness [...]
 
Book: The Family that went to War by Gordon Smith
In1914 Australia joined England and declared war on Germany and it's allies. In the small New South Wales town of Cootamundra 6 young Australians, all from the same family, individually joined the fight. This saga follows their journeys through Gallipoli and the Western Front. The saga also covers time in Egypt, England and France away from the fighting. This is a story of a family and how it was [...]
 
Book: Deadly Reception by C.M. Albrecht
Chef Merle Blanc, he has the nose. And when millionaire Bernard Goldberg dies during his wedding luncheon in the chef's restaurant, Chef Blanc's nose, he smells the murder! What greater insult for Chef Blanc than that someone would be so callous as to commit a murder in his restaurant during a wedding reception he has so painstakingly prepared. But the doctors and police believe Goldberg's death [...]
 
Book: Vagrant Prince by Jacob Kilgore
Battles, blood, and psychological collapse! A young boy is nearly burned alive in a church as steel-wielding English troops assault his town. Within these pages is the story of Thomas Ashcroft, who grows up trying to be noble, but cannot shake the trauma he endured. The man responsible for the harm done to him, Admiral Constantyne, feels the wrath strike back in the way of a kidnapped daughter [...]
 
Book: Cézanne’s Ghost by Rolynn Anderson
Three young American women vanish in Aix-en-Provence, France. The FBI suspects their American tour guide. Leon Beaudet, formerly a U.S. Olympic wrestler, is proud of his five-star guide business, but when tourists disappear on his watch, the FBI dredges up a violent episode in Leon's past and tap him for the crime. Worse, his new tour group includes Aline Kerig, who is as beautiful and carefree [...]
 
Book: A Rose in No-Man's Land by Margaret Tanner
Sister Amy Smithfield is carrying on her family's military tradition in the only way she can, as an Australian Army nurse. Dedicated to her calling, she has sworn off interest in men for the duration of the Great War in Europe. When she literally runs into Mark Tremayne, an English captain in the Australian army, her real struggle begins. Mark has his own reasons for keeping any relationship with [...]
 
Book: How Angels Die by David-Michael Harding
In the darkest days of World War II, when France found itself at the mercy of a brutal dictator, the frontlines of resistance may just have been in the grasp of a few good women. How Angels Die, the epic work of historical fiction by author David-Michael Harding, delivers a highly inventive and uncommon take on the French Resistance that is certain to appeal to anyone who relishes a blood-pumping [...]
 
Book: COYOTE SERIES (BOXED SET) by Dianne Harman
This boxed set contains the three books in the fast-paced suspenseful Coyote Series. A anti-aging drug discovery that was going to earn a Nobel Prize becomes a nightmare that leads to murder. But was it justified? Drugs, addiction, international art theft, and second chances take place in Miami, New York, California, and France. Blue Coyote Motel has been a Chanticleer CLUE award finalist, a [...]
 
Book: Two dogs and a suitcase - Clueless in Charente by Sarah Jane Butfield
"Take two dogs, an expat family and eventually some other animals, facing all that France can throw at them, and you have another brutally honest episode in Sarah Jane's travel stories!" This travel memoir, the sequel to Glass Half Full: Our Australian Adventure, follows our French exploits as we endeavour to rebuild our lives in another new country, after spending four and half years in [...]
 
Book: Cruxim (Gothic Guardians) by Karin Cox
*The Amazon Number One Bestseller in Dark Fantasy, Gothic Romance and Vampire Romance * All three books in the DARK GUARDIANS FANTASY SERIES are now available. Book I: Cruxim (You are Never Alone) Book II: Creche (Know Thyself) Creed III: Creed (All Things Know Where they Belong) A MYSTERIOUS, MYTHOLOGICAL PAST - Amedeo is Cruxim, an enigmatic, immortal fallen angel who knows little about his [...]
 
Book: Staff Master by Daniel Paul Sandoval
Tweens/Young Adult - Seventeen-year-old Connor Coleman is the last of a dying breed of quarter staff fighters in England of the near-future. His father has taught him nearly everything there is to know about quarter staff fighting. He knows the styles of the six animals cat, fox, hawk, stag, boar, and bear and hopes to master them all. The only problem with mastering the styles is getting [...]
 


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