Paris in July 2013


Thanks to Tamara of Thyme for Tea and Karen of BookBath, there is another Paris in July for all of us to enjoy. Yesterday, I read the first story in Paul Headrick's The Doctrine of Affections, which is set in 19th-Century Paris. It's the perfect kind of story to launch an event like this.

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Paris in July, with Cara Black


Cara Black's Murder in Belleville Soho Press,2000 If I'd had any doubts about whether Cara Black's mystery series would be a good choice with which to celebrate Paris in July, the blurbs on the second Aimée Leduc mystery would have cinched the deal. Val McDermid writes: "If you've always wanted

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