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BOOKS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
FOR REVIEW

Paris RunAway – women’s fiction
The Madeleine Project – biography/history
Both are set in Paris!
Plus another book posted later on today!

CURRENT GIVEAWAYS

  May book of the month giveaway
available on France Book Tours

WHAT ABOUT YOUR READING?

Book review and giveaway: The Enemies of Versailles

Sally Christie

on Tour

March 20-31

with

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The Enemies of Versailles

(historical fiction)

Release date: March 21, 2017
at Atria Books/Simon & Schuster

416 pages

ISBN: 978-1501103025

Website | Goodreads

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I recently reviewed Marie-Antoinette’s Darkest Days, focusing on Marie-Antoinette’s last months in prison. Now with The Enemies of Versailles, we are looking at an earlier period, coinciding with Marie-Antoinette’s arrival in France, as a young 14 year old. But this historical novel is far more than that, it’s a large fresco on the end of Louis XV’s reign as well as the end of an era.

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Book review and giveaway: Marie Antoinette’s Darkest Days

Will Bashor

on Tour

March 13-24

with

MARIE ANTOINETTE’S DARKEST DAYS

Marie Antoinette’s Darkest Days:
Prisoner No. 280 in the Conciergerie

(history – nonfiction)

Release date: December 1, 2016
at Rowman & Littlefield

392 pages

ISBN: 978-1442254992

Website | Goodreads

In Marie Antoinette’s Darkest Days, Bashor’s aim is to document Marie-Antoinette’s last days of imprisonment in the fairest way, helping readers find sense between numerous conflicting accounts, without taking part. He does it brilliantly and I thoroughly enjoyed this book, as much as I did the previous one by the author, on Marie-Antoinette and her hairdresser.

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