Virgile found a parking space on the Rue Gustave Larroumet and peeked through the window of La Source. No Jeremy. The café, in fact, was nearly empty. Two post-adolescent boys with tattooed arms were on barstools, sipping blond beers. Another boy was playing darts. Sprawled on a seat near the wall, a red-haired woman in a low-neck T-shirt appeared to be flirting with the bartender. Everyone seemed to be hard at work killing time. Virgile went in and sat down on a bench.
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I have to check this one out. The paragraph sounds good!!
this series is getting better and better
Sounds like a very interesting read! I know from your snippet, I want to read more! 🙂
Have a great week ahead! I will check back at the end of the week.
I added you to the Linky. 🙂 Happy weekend!
thanks, I was away, planning to link later on
a really good one!
It sounds like it has a lot of potential! 🙂
Lauren @ Always Me
one of my favorite in the series
This one looks interesting. I haven’t heard of it before so thanks for mentioning it. 🙂
yes, this is a wonderful series if you like France, wine, and good food, with a nice mystery twist
The title is a tongue twister but it sounds really good to read. Happy weekend!
that was a way to find a neat sounding title. The French title has a pun, which is of course impossible to translate
I’ve read several books in this series and really enjoyed them but I need to get back to them! This sounds like a great mystery read!
this is definitely a good one!