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Review of Je t'aime à La Folie, by Michael Wright
Welcome back to the French life of Daily Telegraph columnist Michael Wright in his latest book, Je t'aime à La Folie.
After his first book, C'est La Folie, which told us of Michael's move to France, this time we are taken further into his local village community and how he looks to put down some roots.
All the regular characters are in the book, his always helpful neighbours, the foraging chickens and rastafarian sheep...
Review of The Camargue, Portrait of a Wilderness
For centuries man has attempted to control and master the Camargue, from the creation of vast salt pans to the promotion of modern day tourism.
And it is many of these attempts that Edwin Mullins chronicles in his book The Camargue, Portrait of a Wilderness, as well as the rich stories and often violent history of a region that still excites and intrigues.
Starting with the river Rhone that sets out from the Alps you are introduced to the Romans and the important role they played in establishing trade links and creating an infrastructure, evidence of which can still be seen today...
Interview with Kate Mosse, author of Labyrinth and Sepulchre
The bloody history of medieval Carcassone was brought to life in the international best-selling book Labyrinth.
And now its author Kate Mosse takes us back to the south west with her latest book Sepulchre, a tale from the dark woods of the Corbières involving ghosts, murder and tarot cards.
Here I chat with Kate about the mystery of the region and her writing life - also find out how to win a copy of Sepulchre - and so my first question was what frights can people expect from the new book?
Interview with Vicki Archer author of My French Life
When an email landed in my inbox asking if I was interested in finding out more about a book called My French Life, I thought with a title like that how could I resist?
So I quickly arranged an interview with the book's author Vicki Archer, and asked for a copy so that I could offer it up as a prize for readers of the site.
The Q&A style interview is below and you will find details of how to enter the competition to win a copy of the book at the end of the piece, but first a little about Vicki Archer and her book...
Review of C’est La Folie
Few people leave the UK to buy a home in France on their own.
But Daily Telegraph columnist Michael Wright did just that when he left the easy life of London behind to ‘toughen-up’ in Limousin.
And in his book C’est La Folie, Michael charts his progress from theatre critic to rugged paysan, as he shepherds his sheep, chats with his chickens and tackles the renovation of his dilapidated home...
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