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An historical novel that sweeps you through Provence

An historical novel that sweeps you through Provence 20th February 2017

Let Me Tell You About A Man I Knew by Susan Fletcher – an historical novel that sweeps you through Provence. ‘Provence ~ May 1889 : He’s foreign. Dutch I think. A strange man. Wild. And self-wounded, I hear – violently so’...

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Memoir set mainly in France (how to repair a broken heart…)

Memoir set mainly in France (how to repair a broken heart…) 19th February 2017

Meet Me In Paris by Juliette Sobanet, memoir set mainly in France. “It is my firm belief that upon leaving one’s husband, one should immediately hop on a flight to Paris” Indeed! France is balm for a broken heart....

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Paris trumps Rome in popularity (a tale of two cities…)

Paris trumps Rome in popularity (a tale of two cities…) 3rd February 2017

Who has been to Paris? Who has been to Rome? At TripFiction we have the absolute pleasure of reading amazing books set all around the world. Books that will bring a location to life, within a good storyline, so that...

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Mystery set in Paris, and talking to author Leigh Russell about setting

Mystery set in Paris, and talking to author Leigh Russell about setting 30th December 2016

Girl in Danger by Leigh Russell, crime mystery set in Paris. Paris makes for an excellent backdrop Leigh Russells’ Girl in Danger. Starting out in the Marais, there are all kinds of local highlights that will make you feel...

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Fiction set in Paris (a story of lost youth…)

Fiction set in Paris (a story of lost youth…) 12th December 2016

In the Café of Lost Youth by Patrick Modiano, fiction set in Paris. You know those enigmatic, slightly pretentious French language films, with lots of silences and meaningful looks between the protagonists, played out in a smokey café on the...

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