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Book review and giveaway: Merle

Angela Wren

on tour

September 4-15, 2017

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Merle

(mystery)

Release date:
July 5, 2017
at Crooked Cat Publishing

208 pages

ISBN:
978-1546811985

Website
Goodreads

 

MY THOUGHTS ABOUT THIS BOOK

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So glad to present to you another investigation for Jacques Forêt, after having introduced him to you last year in Messandrierre. Merle is the name of a fictional suburb of Mende, though Merle is a very local name as well in Cévennes region.

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Sunday Sentence: Messandrierre, by Angela Wren

Messandrierre Sunday Sentence

Messandrierre,
by Angela Wren

Author’s website

Publisher’s website

Book tour

My review

 

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Sunday Sentence
is inspired by author David Abrams
at The Quivering Pen

Book review and giveaway: Messandrierre – I love France 182

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Messandrierre

 

Messandrierre

Author: Angela Wren
Publisher: Crooked Cat Publishing Ltd
Release date: Dec 8, 2015
Pages: 119
ISBN: 9781910510759
ebook
Genre: murder mystery/romance

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where you can read interviews of the main characters!

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     MY THOUGHTS ABOUT THIS BOOK

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If you are familiar with this book blog, you know by now how I enjoy Louise Penny’s series on Armand Gamache. It happens that I have just finished listening to book six, and at the end of that audiobook, there was a wonderful interview with Louise where she speaks about the “village mystery” genre. Messandrierre is definitely a bit like Three Pines. See why after spending some time in Québec, I am thrilled to talk to you today about life in a small Cévennes village.
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