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Crossing the Line Blog Tour – 1

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on September 17, 2014
I want to give a special shout out to France Book Tours, which has put together a great blog tour for Crossing the Line by Frédérique Molay, with lots of giveaway opportunities. Make sure you visit the site here for a full list of stops.  And don’t forget to check out the other books on tour. Here are the first two stops. I’ll post the other stops as they happen. Stop 1: Mommasez “Author Frederique Molay does a brilliant job of breathing… Related posts: Summer blog tour with reviews and giveaways Blog Tour Roundup
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La Rentrée: Book Giveaway and Discounts

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on September 5, 2014
in News
La rentrée is the French word for the back-to-school period we are currently in, but it’s meaning is vaster. It evokes the excitement and despair kids feel going back to school, the frowns (and relief) everyone else feels going back to work (after the vacation months of July and August), the return to frantic schedules with activities and meetings, and even the publication of about half the year’s books (la rentrée littéraire) in the next few months. Here, at Le… Related posts: Paris on the Edge of Your Seat Book Giveaway Cover Reveal: The Next Paris Homicide Mystery
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Calissons and the art of smuggling

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on August 12, 2014
in France, Thrillers
What is the most French smuggling stash you can think of? That question came to mind just the other day in Aix-en-Provence, when I walked by this shop. Their specialty is calissons d’Aix, a delicious almond-based treat. You can order some here: http://www.leonard-parli.com/ So what does this have to do with spies and smuggling? Well, for that, you’ll have to read The Greenland Breach, by Bernard… Related posts: Aix-en-Provence at your own pace
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