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.
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