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July Escape Reading: Mad Scientists and Secret Agents

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on July 15, 2014

The Bleiberg ProjectWe’re releasing another block-buster French thriller in paperback this week: The Bleiberg Project hits bookstores on July 15. It’s perfect July escape reading, packed with action.

That’s right, World War II action, mad scientists and…

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New Book Covers – Check it Out

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on July 8, 2014

We’re happy to be working with Jeroen ten Berge on new book covers. He started by taking over the Paris Homicide series, with Crossing the Line and The City of Blood. Take a look. Yes, The City of Blood is in the works. More soon…

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Early Kindle Releases

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on July 1, 2014

In June, we put out a couple early Kindle releases for summer readers who don’t want to wait for the full release in fall.

Paris Homicide: Crossing the Line by Frédérique Molay

Intrigue in Paris
Chief of Police…

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The Loire Valley with the Winemaker Detective

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on June 17, 2014

Have you read Grand Cru Heist? Already available as an ebook, the print version will be release this month. Part of the action takes place in the Loire Valley and the region around Tours. Benjamin Cooker get carjacked in Paris, and then retreats…

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Summer Read: Award-Winning Paris Mystery Now in Paperback

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on June 11, 2014

This week, we are releasing the paperback version of the award-winning international bestseller The 7th Woman, edge-of-your-seat summer read. Combine a gritty police procedural, forensics and that je ne sais quoi only found in Paris and you get The 7th Woman

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What does it take to write a police procedural?

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on June 5, 2014

With Frédérique Molay’s The 7th Woman coming out in paperback this month, we talked to her about what it takes to write a police procedural. The 7th Woman is the start of a series of gritty mysteries set in Paris, with lots of police procedure and…

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Summer Reads: Mystery, Murder and Cabernet Sauvignon

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on May 30, 2014

Thinking about summer reads? Dreaming of mystery, murder and cabernet sauvignon?  Treachery in Bordeaux by Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noël Balen fits that bill, and it’s available in paperback now.

It’s a cozy mystery; it’s a wine novel; it’s the…

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Cover Reveal: The Next Paris Homicide Mystery

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on May 21, 2014

If you enjoyed The 7th Woman by Frédérique Molay, you’ll be happy to know that Crossing the Line, the second Paris Homicide mystery is in the works. The translation is in, the editorial process is nearly finished, some galleys have already gone out, and digital reader copies…

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Blog Tour Roundup

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on May 20, 2014

Some of our books have been getting some attention recently. Check out this blog tour roundup. Many thanks to the bloggers. Please go visit them and check out their sites. Many thanks to France Book Tours for setting these up.

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Award-winning Book The Paris Lawyer in Bookstores

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on May 15, 2014

“Everything in this book—the plot, the atmosphere, the characters, and the style—is perfectly mastered from beginning to end.” That’s how the press described Sylvie Granotier’s award-winning book The Paris Lawyer when it was first published, and now you can get it…

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