by Alison Morton
Published on 1/7/2021
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I enjoyed how the Double Identity opens, with its dramatic scene: when Mélisend (Mel) wakes up one cold November morning in London, her boyfriend Gérard is next to her in bed, but he has been murdered. Obviously, she’s the main suspect!
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The Hands On French Cookbook:
Connect With French
Through Simple, Healthy Cooking,
by Elisabeth de Châtillon
Hands on French
Published on 6/2/2021
Healthy Bilingual French Cook Book
and Language Book – French and English
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France Book Tours is very soon shifting to a flexible model of tours:
you request one of the books offered for review, but you don’t need to review it on a specific day. You read it and review it when it is best for you! And you still get perks for posting your review!
The Hands On French Cookbook is actually the very last book I received for the traditional book tour format, and it’s a wonderful conclusion to this phase, as the book is so very good. And as you know, a synonym for good is delicious! Click to continue reading
The Church Of Tango: A Memoir
Release date: 2012
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When she couldn’t do anything else, she went to Paris. This is a story of survival that cuts across death, cancer, Alzheimer’s, loss of home and homeland and cherished heirlooms and possessions, loss of shared histories, of hope for one’s children, of hope for the future, of love. But it’s also about finding love and unexpected joy. And about listening to the music and dancing.
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THE CHURCH OF TANGO
Church of Tango _The Café de l¹Espérance
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
returned home to Los Angeles, California in 2014
after teaching tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina for eleven years.
Before her South American expat adventure,
she lived in France and Mexico.
Cherie worked as a dance research librarian at the Los Angeles Central Library
and was a dance critic for local newspapers.
She is the author of the Death Dance Destiny Memoir Trilogy,
which includes The Church of Tango.
Her articles and reviews on dance, books, travel and international culture
have been published in magazines, professional journals, and anthologies.
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